Is there a federal law requiring employers to give time off to vote?

Answer There are no federal laws that require employers to grant employees time off to vote in elections. However, laws governing time off to vote can be found in many states and they are referred to as ... Read More »

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Are employers required to give time off with pay for federal holidays?

The Fair Labor Standards Act---which establishes the minimum wage, overtime pay, accounting, and child-labor law that serves as the federal labor standard for both private and public employees in t... Read More »

By federal law how much time does an electric company have to give before shut off in Missouri?

Laws concerning electric and other utility shut-offs are the jurisdiction of the states rather than the federal government. In Missouri, the Missouri Public Service Commission Cold Weather Rule req... Read More »

Federal Withholding Tax Rates for Employers?

Federal withholding tax rate refers to the federal income tax amount that employers are required to withhold from employees' paychecks. The Internal Revenue Service is the federal institution that ... Read More »

What is the maximum amount employers can take out for federal tax?

Although there is no maximum dollar amount employers can take out for federal taxes, the Internal Revenue Service imposes a $106,800 upper income limit for Social Security taxes, as of 2010.Referen... Read More »