You could do a suit in state court for goods sold and delivered (your labor), they failed to pay all of the price as they agreed to do. I would not make anyMessage 1 of 4 , Nov 4, 2003View SourceYou could do a suit in state court for "goods sold and delivered" (your labor), they failed to pay all of the price as they agreed to do. I would not make any mention of taxes in the suit, it is not a tax issue, just a contract dispute over failure to pay as agreed for your "goods".Gary-----Original Message-----
From: Rick [mailto:martell1@...]
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 6:23 AM
Subject: [tips_and_tricks] A Quick Question? What if NO W-4 was signed
A Quick Question? What if NO W-4 was signed and for years now the head of Human Resources in a letter stated that unless a W-4 was filled out, she/they would withhold at a single zero rate, which they have! Can they do this or are they in deep S#$T ?? If they are in the latter what should be done about it and by whom?