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    Archive for July, 2008

    Posted by Bernie Dietz
    Categories: FAQ

    If you have employees that earn the minimum wage, their hourly wage went up today to $6.55 per hour.  Previously, the minimum wage under federal law was $5.85 per hour.  Effective today, July 24, 2008, it has been raised to $6.55 per hour and you should adjust your payroll accordingly.  It is also worth noting that the minimum wage will rise to $7.25 per hour next year.


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