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Wage Statement Information Laws by State

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

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State law may require employers to provide employees with a paper or electronic wage statement to accompany their pay.

Some states require wage statements and have employers provide basic information such as gross wages, what deductions have been made, and the net pay amount. However, other states have more detailed requirements.

Click on your state on the map to learn what type of information, if any, you are required to supply when you pay your employees.

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

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