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Do payments that are not intended as remuneration for employment count as wages?

1344. Do payments that are not intended as remuneration for employment count as wages?

Payments you receive that are not meant to be payment for employment do not count as wages. Such payments include damages, attorney's fees, interest, or penalties paid under court judgment or by compromise settlement with your employer based on a wage claim.

Last Revised: March, 2001

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