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Synonyms for nonexempt

(of goods or funds) subject to taxation


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(of persons) not exempt from an obligation or liability


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83 percent said they didn't need to change any employees' status from nonexempt to exempt.
At what point does the performance of nonexempt duties threaten exempt status?
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has two basic provisions for nonexempt employees: Employers must pay a minimum wage (currently $5.
Nonexempt employees must be paid overtime for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek (or, if in California or other similar states, after 8 or 12 hours in a workday), even if the work is performed in more than one department or position.
Yet in 1998, the DOL said that paralegals more appropriately fit into the category of nonexempt employees who apply particular skills and knowledge in carrying out assignments, but do not regularly exercise independent judgment or discretion.
Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations under section 671 of the Internal Revenue Code, relating to the application of the grantor trust rules to nonexempt employee trusts.
The nonexempt assets forever evade her collection attempts.
Federal courts interpreting the salaried basis test under the Fair Labor Standards Act have consistently found that seemingly innocent pay practices justify treating otherwise exempt employees as nonexempt hourly employees, entitled to three years of overtime back pay.
Effective January 1, 2012, nonexempt tax preparers (not an attorney, CPA or EA) must complete 15 hours of federal continuing education each year.
The number of vacant positions that employers are actively trying to fill is rising rapidly within the exempt and nonexempt manufacturing sector.
These employees are nonexempt (meaning they must be paid overtime), and they do in fact work a lot of overtime during the non-rainy periods.
At this c-stop CPAs handling their own payroll can find a currency converter, Department of Labor news, payroll-solution and tax-filing surveys and free audio seminars on topics such as exempt and nonexempt employees.
By converting nonexempt assets (such as cash) into exempt assets, an individual can protect his or her assets from being deemed "resources" that will restrict Medicaid eligibility.
Legal review of such a policy is necessary because it raises such issues as how to calculate sick, personal, and annual leave and treat exempt and nonexempt employees.
Use of incentive stock options (ISOs) is rising, with 62 per cent of all responding companies currently granting them (nearly one half all the way down to the nonexempt level, compared to 47 percent in 1998).