r/antiwork Jan 14 '22 Silver 5 Helpful 16 Wholesome 10

So sorry, I'm broke so I can only pay you $77 for my food. You were great though.

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u/DL_ Jan 15 '22

I refuse to believe this. If they don't pay up they face many penalties. And there's a fucking paper trail with paystubs so its easy to prove.

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u/Ellie__1 Jan 15 '22 edited Jan 15 '22

Okkkk then 🙋🏻‍♀️

Edited to add: where on a paystub do you think tips go?

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u/DL_ Jan 15 '22

I assume there's a line item called tips or something. What's your point?

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u/Ellie__1 Jan 15 '22

Tips don't go on paystubs.

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u/DL_ Jan 15 '22

If they don't then what are they basing the tax deductions and other things off of?

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u/Ellie__1 Jan 15 '22

Their paid wages. Restaurant workers are expected to self-report tipped income on their W2s.

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u/DL_ Jan 15 '22

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u/Ellie__1 Jan 15 '22

Which is different than tips going on a paystub.

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u/DL_ Jan 15 '22

The tax deductions are calculated based on what they report so there is a record one way or another.

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u/itslo89 Jan 15 '22

When I was a server my paystubs always documented my tipped income from credit cards and my self-reported cash tips. At the end of the night when cashing out the POS system would ask you to self report your cash tips which is how they had that information. It has to go on the paystub and further it ultimately ends up on the W2.