What did the IRS say about my former employer?

What did the IRS say about my former employer?

IRS took all 60 days to review my account and never once contacted me. I finally called on the 60th day and they said they don’t have any record of my wages from my old employer, only the 3k I made in the end of the year with my new employer.

What happens if your employer says you owe them money?

If your employer says you owe them money. When you leave a job, your employer can only ask you to pay back money if it’s for something you’ve specifically agreed to in writing. Even if you do owe your employer money, they can only take it from your pay if there’s a written agreement to say they can.

Why did my former employer not report my wages?

IRS Claims my former employer didn’t report my wages but I have my W2 and I spoke with my previous employer who says she sent everything in. I never had an issue before. Every tax document (W-2, 1099 etc) is sent to both you and the IRS. The IRS is saying they never got their copy.

What to do if your employer refuses to pay you back?

If they refuse to pay you back, you might be able to make a claim for unauthorised deductions from wages to an employment tribunal. You should get advice from your nearest Citizens Advice on whether you have a claim. The only time your employer can take money without any written agreement is to take back an earlier overpayment of wages.

What should I do if an employee stole my client list?

You can send the employee a formal letter instructing them to: destroy it if it is still in their personal possession. If the employee no longer works at your business, you may need to prepare a letter to inform other businesses or individuals about the theft.

What to do when an employee steals confidential information?

There are two types of remedy an employer can seek when employees steal confidential information such as client lists. If the employer has recovered the information and the employee is a current employee, then terminating their employment contract may suffice.

Can a former employer sue a former employee?

In New York, an employer cannot take legal action against former employees who solicit its customers unless the employer’s customer list “could be considered a trade secret or there was wrongful conduct by the employee, such as physically taking or copying the employer’s files or using confidential information.”.

Can a company fire an employee for a legitimate reason?

But federal law also permits employers to fire such employees for legitimate reasons — such as theft, making threats, or acts of violence. No matter how law-abiding a worker might be, once involved in litigation against an employer, accusations of wrongdoing are likely to commence, and escalate.