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Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Laws by State

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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States may have their own requirements for keeping and storing records related to their wage and hour law. If your state requires you to store records for a longer time period than the period required by federal law, you must comply with the longer retention period.

Click on your state on the map to learn the requirements your state has relating to wage and hour recordkeeping. The states that are unshaded are the states that do not specify recordkeeping provisions.

Please note that states that impose an income tax also impose recordkeeping requirements for payroll tax purposes, which may be different than the requirements shown on this map.

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  1. Alabama - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  2. Alaska - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  3. Arizona - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  4. Arkansas - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  5. California - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  6. Colorado - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  7. Connecticut - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  8. Delaware - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  9. District of Columbia - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  10. Florida - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  11. Georgia - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  12. Hawaii - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  13. Idaho - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  14. Illinois - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  15. Indiana - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  16. Iowa - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  17. Kansas - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  18. Kentucky - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  19. Louisiana - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  20. Maine - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  21. Maryland - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  22. Massachusetts - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  23. Michigan - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  24. Minnesota - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  25. Mississippi - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  1. Missouri - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  2. Montana - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  3. Nebraska - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  4. Nevada - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  5. New Hampshire - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  6. New Jersey - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  7. New Mexico - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  8. New York - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  9. North Carolina - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  10. North Dakota - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  11. Ohio - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  12. Oklahoma - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  13. Oregon - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  14. Pennsylvania - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  15. Puerto Rico - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  16. Rhode Island - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  17. South Carolina - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  18. South Dakota - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  19. Tennessee - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  20. Texas - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  21. Utah - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  22. Vermont - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  23. Virginia - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  24. Washington - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  25. West Virginia - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  26. Wisconsin - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements
  27. Wyoming - Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements

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