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Appeal Process Begins in Minister’s Housing Allowance Case

A Wisconsin federal district court ruled in October 2017 that the housing exclusion for minister-provided housing is unconstitutional, a ruling that could ultimately strike down the allowance nationwide. Now an appeal to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has been filed by a group of Chicago-area pastors (filed in early February 2018) in an attempt […]

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CA Supreme Court Decides How to Pay Overtime on Flat-Sum Bonus

For employers who give their employees flat-sum bonuses, the California Supreme Court recently clarified exactly how to calculate overtime pay for those workers. In California, overtime pay is based on the employee’s “regular rate of pay” – a rate that may not solely consist of an employee’s normal hourly wage, as it must include almost […]

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