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You did not ask, but for tax purposes, it looks like the employee is receiving two types of regular pay - the hourly pay and the lump sum which resembles a salary. The two types of payments appear to… (View Post)
Main reasons for not doing it that way are employer liability for failing to withhold (under withholding), invalid W-4 (unauthorized additions (straight percentage - high allowances with a flat amoun… (View Post)
Why not? Because the case was specifically about cash payments in lieu of health benefits. Cash payments in lieu of benefits are not benefits, but are additional cash wages. Pension contributions are… (View Post)