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  • Deductions from last paycheck - Minnesota Minnesota

    Is it legal to deduct the balance of an advance or a negative vacation account from the last paycheck? Even if there was nothing signed at the time of the advance? Also, if the employer knows that the amount of the last paycheck will not cover the advance, can they withhold from the last two paychecks?
    Thanks a million, in advance!

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    This was all I could find. #2.
    http://www.dli.mn.gov/LS/Pdf/rights_eng_pink.pdf

    It's problematic that there was no signed authorization to start with. Has the advance been partially deducted already?
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    • #3
      yes some repayment

      Yes, there has been some repayment thusfar. Thanks for your help!

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      • #4
        I would be reluctant to accelerate the payments at this point, even if the law did allow it (and I can't say one way or the other), without a signed authorization setting out those terms.

        Are you the employer in this situation? The employee has already given notice?
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