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    I'M NOT SURE WHAT IS LEGAL AND WHAT IS NOT SO I HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS. I AM A WAITRESS IN NH. LAST NIGHT, A TABLE WALKED OUT WITHOUT PAYING FOR UNKNOWN REASONS AND THE OWNER CALLED THE POLICE. NOW, THEY WANT ME TO PAY THE CUSTOMERS BILL OUT OF MY POCKET??? THEY SAID IF I DON'T THAT THEY WILL DEDUCT IT FROM MY CHECK...IS THAT LEGAL?

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    Please turn off your caps lock. Typing in all caps is considered shouting on the internet and makes your post very hard to read.

    10. When is it legal to make deductions or withhold from wages?

    An employer may only make deductions from wages when empowered or required by state or federal law, such as for taxes, or for a purpose which is accruing to the employees benefit with prior written authorization, such as an insurance premium or contributions to the employee's charity. (RSA 275:48)
    http://www.labor.state.nh.us/worker_faq.asp#10
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