Employers occasionally receive court orders garnishing an employee’s paycheck for payment of child support or other debts. The law places limits on the percentage of wages that can be withheld, depending on the type of garnishment. You can deduct $1.50 from the employee’s earnings for each payment made in accordance with any garnishment order.1
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