My employer over paid me thousands of dollars

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  • msgmsg Posts: 3,422
    If a big company, just tell 'em you already spent it all on stereo stuff and it's too late to return it. I'm sure they'll understand.

    On the other hand, this makes it easy to explain to your difficult mail order brides why they have to go back (Even if you get to keep the money, this is still a good plan)
  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 3,362
    deronb1 wrote: »
    Holy ****! Why is this so difficult? Did you spend it already? Give it back!

    Holy ****! if it was paid a little at a time over many months do you think is just piling up in a corner?
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  • polrbehrpolrbehr Posts: 1,994
    edited September 28
    This is complicated, especially if it was over the course of time. You say you paid taxes on the money, but did you also file after the mistakes were made? That could be problematic with Uncle.
    If they'll let you pay it back over time, go with that.
    If they insist on getting it all at once, I would just pay it back... in pennies.
    So, are you willing to put forth a little effort or are you happy sitting in your skeptical poo pile?


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  • hochpt21hochpt21 Posts: 4,859
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  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 13,537
    Taxes should be fine unless it has bracket implications. When they pull it back, it will show less on his next tax return so it should even out. This isn't that complicated of a situation.

    Legally, at least in Texas, a worker's wage cannot be garnished for more than half of the paycheck. If they try to do that, I would fight it.

    In this instance, the overpayment should be divvied up in a way so that it doesn't damage the employee, especially since you were the honest individual who informed them of the mistake. This wasn't an issue until you pointed it out and if they expect it back immediately, it would no longer be a company I'd want to work for honestly.
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 3,362
    I don't want to work for them now but I am hanging on for my 30 year bonus. Lots of time and half, double, and triple time over paid. I wouldn't know where to start figuring out if they get it right. This slipped through at least three levels plus automatic triggers that should have caught or stopped it but they all failed. Confidence level: 0
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  • EndersShadowEndersShadow Posts: 14,819
    lightman1 wrote: »
    rpf65 wrote: »
    Could be mistaken, but I don't think I've ever seen Lightman splurge that much on anything.

    I've got $28k cash in one side bin of my bucket truck.
    $100!!

    I got 28k worth of stuff you can buy
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  • ken brydsonken brydson Posts: 6,508
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  • DaveHoDaveHo Posts: 1,537
    At first, I thought this was a PFB moment, but alas you are serious. Unless you work for a huge, insensitive dipwad of a company, I'd hope you can work out a repayment plan with them.

    My second thought, as bookkeeper of the family, is, how the hell didn't you notice this on the first f'd up paycheck?! Unless you work a commission based job, the check should be pretty consistent, no?
  • mikeyb128mikeyb128 Posts: 2,458
    DaveHo wrote: »
    At first, I thought this was a PFB moment, but alas you are serious. Unless you work for a huge, insensitive dipwad of a company, I'd hope you can work out a repayment plan with them.

    My second thought, as bookkeeper of the family, is, how the hell didn't you notice this on the first f'd up paycheck?! Unless you work a commission based job, the check should be pretty consistent, no?

    This is what I was wondering. If my check is 20$ more I notice.
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  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 13,537
    DaveHo wrote: »
    At first, I thought this was a PFB moment, but alas you are serious. Unless you work for a huge, insensitive dipwad of a company, I'd hope you can work out a repayment plan with them.

    My second thought, as bookkeeper of the family, is, how the hell didn't you notice this on the first f'd up paycheck?! Unless you work a commission based job, the check should be pretty consistent, no?

    As someone who worked in the Accounting dept. for a handful of years, it isn't as hard as you think to miss something like this, especially when variables like overtime are in play. If they entered the wrong hourly wage and that information is hidden on an import spreadsheet, nobody would ever catch it unless they audited for some odd reason.
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  • ken brydsonken brydson Posts: 6,508
    edited September 29
    DSkip wrote: »
    DaveHo wrote: »
    At first, I thought this was a PFB moment, but alas you are serious. Unless you work for a huge, insensitive dipwad of a company, I'd hope you can work out a repayment plan with them.

    My second thought, as bookkeeper of the family, is, how the hell didn't you notice this on the first f'd up paycheck?! Unless you work a commission based job, the check should be pretty consistent, no?

    As someone who worked in the Accounting dept. for a handful of years, it isn't as hard as you think to miss something like this, especially when variables like overtime are in play. If they entered the wrong hourly wage and that information is hidden on an import spreadsheet, nobody would ever catch it unless they audited for some odd reason.

    I'm out
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  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 13,537
    DSkip wrote: »
    DaveHo wrote: »
    At first, I thought this was a PFB moment, but alas you are serious. Unless you work for a huge, insensitive dipwad of a company, I'd hope you can work out a repayment plan with them.

    My second thought, as bookkeeper of the family, is, how the hell didn't you notice this on the first f'd up paycheck?! Unless you work a commission based job, the check should be pretty consistent, no?

    As someone who worked in the Accounting dept. for a handful of years, it isn't as hard as you think to miss something like this, especially when variables like overtime are in play. If they entered the wrong hourly wage and that information is hidden on an import spreadsheet, nobody would ever catch it unless they audited for some odd reason.

    But as a recipient how do you not notice you've been overpaid 1000's. I call BS.

    Bruce said he informed them of the overpayments? Besides, if its a direct deposit, you may not notice if its just a 4-5% increase in pay each check. Even as a math major my math could get fuzzy after OT, taxes, social security, and all the other deductions are made, especially if I'm not analyzing my detailed stub and instead focus on the take home.
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  • kharp1kharp1 Posts: 1,508
    Tell then you blew it on hookers and blow, and then give payroll dept. the first names and cell numbers of your supervisors wives so they can start the collection process.

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  • deronb1deronb1 Posts: 3,914
    afterburnt wrote: »
    deronb1 wrote: »
    Holy ****! Why is this so difficult? Did you spend it already? Give it back!

    Holy ****! if it was paid a little at a time over many months do you think is just piling up in a corner?

    Agreed. I dont know if you are saleried, hourly, get paid by the job or what, but it sounds like if it was such a small amount for you not to notice and its reached thousands of dollars, this has been going on for years.
  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Posts: 91
    edited September 29
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  • polrbehrpolrbehr Posts: 1,994
    edited September 29
    DSkip wrote: »
    Taxes should be fine unless it has bracket implications. When they pull it back, it will show less on his next tax return so it should even out. This isn't that complicated of a situation.
    Agreed, but assume he paid federal, state, local tax, SS, etc. on the extra money he received when he filed his taxes; now they start withholding money from him until it's paid back. While that will arguably lower his total income, and therefore the taxes withheld going forward, he will no longer have that extra money (which he already paid tax on). He would also have to file a 1040X for any tax years affected by this. IMO the company should foot the bill for any accounting help he might need.

    It seems like it could be a PITA and it's a problem not of his making... I'll tell you about State Farm insurance one of these days.
    So, are you willing to put forth a little effort or are you happy sitting in your skeptical poo pile?


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  • K_MK_M Posts: 938
    Need more details.
    How often do you get paid, it is same amount every pay or per job or commission or salary or hourly?
    Over what amount of time did these mistakes take place?
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  • SherardpSherardp Posts: 8,048
    Have them deduct a little at a time. Work out a repayment plan and stick with it. The situation does suck though.
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  • cfrizzcfrizz Posts: 12,648
    edited September 29
    How in the H*ll do you not notice thousands of dollars of overpayment? Do you not look at your paystub? or check your bank balance? There is this thing called personal responsibility!

    Try telling your mortgage company that you didn't notice it was the first of the month so you didn't pay your mortgage and see how far you get.

    Pay the money back since it doesn't belong to you, or risk getting fired/charged with theft.

    Hopefully you can work out a payment plan. But from now on, always check your paystubs, and balance your checking account.
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 3,362
    DaveHo wrote: »
    At first, I thought this was a PFB moment, but alas you are serious. Unless you work for a huge, insensitive dipwad of a company, I'd hope you can work out a repayment plan with them.

    My second thought, as bookkeeper of the family, is, how the hell didn't you notice this on the first f'd up paycheck?! Unless you work a commission based job, the check should be pretty consistent, no?

    My checks are never the same, my net varies quite a bit from check to check. On top of everything I got a raise, changed my witholding and was temporarily upgraded. The latter of is what caused the problem. Like I said there are several people and mechanisms to prevent this from happening. I guess I got complacent after 27+ years.

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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 3,362
    You aim for the moon but you are half a degree off. After 240,000 miles of travel see where you end up.
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  • cfrizzcfrizz Posts: 12,648
    afterburnt wrote: »
    DaveHo wrote: »
    At first, I thought this was a PFB moment, but alas you are serious. Unless you work for a huge, insensitive dipwad of a company, I'd hope you can work out a repayment plan with them.

    My second thought, as bookkeeper of the family, is, how the hell didn't you notice this on the first f'd up paycheck?! Unless you work a commission based job, the check should be pretty consistent, no?

    My checks are never the same, my net varies quite a bit from check to check. On top of everything I got a raise, changed my witholding and was temporarily upgraded. The latter of is what caused the problem. Like I said there are several people and mechanisms to prevent this from happening. I guess I got complacent after 27+ years.

    Ken and Frizz you guys are *'s

    Maybe if you had put all of this info in your first post, the responses would have been more understanding.

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  • BlueBirdMusicBlueBirdMusic Registered User Posts: 255
    Take a knee and protest!!!

    Seems the way things are done now.
  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 496
    Buy the company and tell those *****s to pound sand.
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 3,362
    cfrizz wrote: »
    afterburnt wrote: »
    DaveHo wrote: »
    At first, I thought this was a PFB moment, but alas you are serious. Unless you work for a huge, insensitive dipwad of a company, I'd hope you can work out a repayment plan with them.

    My second thought, as bookkeeper of the family, is, how the hell didn't you notice this on the first f'd up paycheck?! Unless you work a commission based job, the check should be pretty consistent, no?

    My checks are never the same, my net varies quite a bit from check to check. On top of everything I got a raise, changed my witholding and was temporarily upgraded. The latter of is what caused the problem. Like I said there are several people and mechanisms to prevent this from happening. I guess I got complacent after 27+ years.

    Ken and Frizz you guys are *'s

    Maybe if you had put all of this info in your first post, the responses would have been more understanding.

    Maybe if you had asked? No harm no foul, we're good. There is still even more to it that makes it more complex but I didn't want to write a book with one finger.
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  • EndersShadowEndersShadow Posts: 14,819
    afterburnt wrote: »
    .......but I didn't want to write a book with one finger.

    I do all the time. My middle :smirk:
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  • polrbehrpolrbehr Posts: 1,994
    Beat me to it. ^^^^ LOL
    So, are you willing to put forth a little effort or are you happy sitting in your skeptical poo pile?


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  • If it was the temporary upgrade that didn't get rescinded at the proper time, basically they dropped the ball and you failed to look for it laying in your bank account. I would hope that a tenured employee of 27 years would be able to get a payback plan that both could live with.

    Good luck to you as these are the type of things that happen that can sour a long term employee on a company as you lived with other employee perks and benefits that slowly dried up and disappeared over the years of your tenure.

    I left a job of 27 years after a bonus program change that they touted as revenue neutral when I plugged in my good performance from my current year into the new formula and realized a 25% drop in total pay was going to occur. They denied it would work that way, refused to budge, I moved on and within a year, 80% of the management at my level had left the company due to that great new plan. These types of things happen all the time in the work world and all you can do is watch out for yourself and plan ahead for another path if needed. Good luck!
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