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The person under the contract does not have to receive wages--anyone can work for free. The employer, however, would probably be violating employment law – for example, rules regarding minimum wage. If no one complains about the violation, it is unlikely there would be a problem. If the employee is not paid he or she doesn’t have to pay taxes.
If the employee is paid from the employer's estate, when the employee receives the money, he or she will have to report it as income and pay appropriate taxes. If the employee receives the wages as a lump sum, it may push the employee into a higher tax bracket. Also, it may have an effect on FICA or self-employment tax and the employee’s Social Security benefits in the future.
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Attorney Samantha Simmons Fredieu is an associate at Hale Ball. Ms. Fredieu graduated magna cum laude from Vermont Law School where she was the symposium editor on the Vermont Law Review, a production editor on the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law, and a member of the Moot Court Advisory Board. She has clerked for...
In practice since 1987, Fairfax Attorney Evan Farr is widely recognized as one of the leading Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Specials Needs attorneys in Virginia and one of foremost experts in the Country in the field of Medicaid Asset Protection and related Trusts. Evan Farr has been quoted or cited as an expert by n...
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Medicaid Rules, etc