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Have you spoken with your Representative? If the state is being blamed, then it makes sense to speak with someone in the state.

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You fail to tell us that you did, in fact, NOT receive any homestand or resident of Va type deduction in Bucks County (wherever that is, not in Fla I don't believe). Their point is that you have to be a resident of the State of Florida to be entitled to the "Homestead Exemption" (lowering your ...

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Yes, and if she's a homeowner she qaulifiis for a reverse mortgage,also.

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If you are exempt, you are exempt from all the laws established in the fair labor and standards act including overtime. The employer can choose to track hours and still pay the same if he/she chooses to. It is a good idea to make sure that you are indeed an exempt employee. This article goes into ...

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Tax exempt letter

I would think you could contact the IRS and have them send you a copy of the letter on file.

How to change a job description from non-exempt status to exempt

You can't just change the status. It has to be within the legal bounds to make an employee exempt. This article explains a number of the factors that can make an employee non-exempt vs. exempt.

Overtime pay in the apparal industry?

The laws on overtime pay cover only non-exempt employees, hence if you are considered or classified as “exempt”, you cannot enjoy the wage and hour rights provided by the FLSA. The following employees are considered as exempt: · An administrative, executive, or professional employer ...

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Well you can also visit some designer's forums for more help. They can help you in so many ways.