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Personal Records of Worker
1733.1 Do your personal records constitute evidence of wages?
Your personal records showing wages paid to you are not of high investigative probative value. However, regular, complete, and genuine records may be used to support other types of evidence.
1733.2 What information do you submit with your personal records?
You must provide a statement along with your personal records showing:
Who made the entries;
When the entries were made;
The basis for the entries;
What happened to any wage statements that were given to you by your employer; and
An explanation of all discrepancies and inaccuracies in the records.
Last Revised: March, 2001
- What evidence can you submit if your employer's records are not available?
- Union Records
- Evidence of Wages
- Records Employers Must Keep
- Other Evidence of Date of Birth
- How do we verify your unsigned employer's wage statements?
- Do findings by State unemployment compensation agencies constitute evidence of wages?
- What other evidence proves paternity?
- Evidence Needed to Change Earnings Record
- How do you prove a legal adoption?
- Statement by Person Knowing About Employment
- Evidence of Common-Law Marriage
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