Searched on the Internet, and couldn't find a answer, and the entire withholding/taxes/pay thing confuses me.
Anyways, question is, I got my paycheck last week (paid every other) and I was shorted by over $1000. I obviously saw the error, and brought it to my boss's attention (he records the hours, and signs the check). He was out of town when I talked to him, but he said he would fix it.
He finally mentioned this morning, that he would add those missing hours onto next weeks check, and give me an advance to make up the difference. Now, what is going to happen with next weeks check? Am I going to be taxed more? Or should it even out. I'm not in the volunteer business, and I expect to get paid the correct amount and even a ten dollar hit on taxes is BS to me, considering this wasn't my mistake.
I just find it odd that he signs the checks, he didn't notice this mistake right away. This whole notion of an advance, just seems like a giant cluster fuck waiting to happen. Ten bucks says if my check was a 1000 more, he would have noticed right away.