Marcie Davis
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I was looking on the Social security website and noticed my employer of almost 4 years hasnt paid in my s.s that he took out of my check. I questioned him about this and my taxes. State, fed , S.S. and Med. He said he had not gotten around to it, everytime he got the extra money his wife spent it... 3 years 9 months.. hello? I asked him about it again a few weeks later he said that he was told he didnt have to pay it in hr could claim a lose.. i told him he could claim a lose on his business but not payroll tax. He took them out of my check.. he give me a W-2. He had to pay them in. If not he is stealing from me.. because my Social security shows i have not worked in the almost 4 years ive been with him. 4 days later he let me go.. no warnings no write up. No explanation for letting me go... i asked him why he said he would not defended his reasoning for letting me go.. WHAT DO I DO NOW?

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Kay Bennett

Please find a lawyer that specializes in payroll, taxes, social security, please. You have a case wonder how he is going to feel about having to defend himself against unemployment security because he is going to have to do that. If you know of any human rights groups go and see them because your rights have been grossly abused. I do not care what color, race or Creed you are what he has done is BS and he should be reported; are you the only employee that this business has? Ask around and see if you can find out if this is a common occurrence with this company and if so, bring him or her to their knees. Good luck to you.

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John Doering Sr

You report him to Social Security and then EEOC and then get a consultation with a labor lawyer. He needs to be in jail.

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John Doering Sr

You report him to Social Security and then EEOC and then get a consultation with a labor lawyer. He needs to be in jail.

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Patricia Colaneri

Hi Marcie,

Take your pay stubs showing the deductions from your check to your local labor board and/or your local franchise tax board, they will pursue your employer regarding nonpayment. By doing so, you will also avoid getting into trouble yourself since you have been aware that your employer has not paid taxes and can be viewed as complicit. Remember don't buy into your employer's garbage....C.Y.A. (cover your a*s) and don't allow yourself to be put in a vulnerable position any longer! Take Action and Best of Luck!!!

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Max Alberts

You can almost bet he's planning to close up shop and make his business "disappear"--contact your state attorney general's office, your state's labor board, and the social security administration at once before he has a chance to make what is now a criminal getaway. You can COUNT on him trying to make this go away and leave no paper trail. Move NOW. And while you're at it, contact the IRS.

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Tonya Newman

Go to your attorney

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Eric Agyeman

I need this job

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James Hartmann

Hi Marcie, I would contact the IRS and the Social Security Admin right away. This is more between them and your employer than your employer and you. The big thing is you want to stay in contact with both to make sure your Social Security account gets credited with what your employer withheld from your pay. Calling your Representatives and Senators offices might not be a bad idea either. A lot of times they can clear some of this kind of stuff quicker when they stick their nose into the problem.

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Iris Calderon

Here is my own comment my job I love but it was bought by new boss my ex boss retired things chang d he made promises he didn’t keep now I’m pissed but still do my job I’m ready to blast on social media shot goes on in there am I wrong ??

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Brenda Goggins

We're are you located

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