Involuntary Deductions

    Involuntary deductions are a hard fact of life for employees. These deductions are considered obligatory because employees do not elect them; instead, they are imposed by law. Involuntary deductions include those made to satisfy debts for federal taxes, child support, creditor garnishments, bankruptcy orders, student loan garnishments, and federal agency loan garnishments.

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