Under what circumstances can a final paycheck be withheld under Montana law?

There are no circumstances under which an employer can totally withhold a final paycheck under Montana law; employers are typically required to issue a final paycheck containing compensation for all earned, unpaid wages, as well as any accrued, unused vacation time upon the employee’s separation from employment.

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