An employer may not deduct for shortages, damages, rent, uniforms, or any other reason (except applicable taxes). An employer may make a deduction for loan or advance against future earnings if evidenced by a statement in writing signed by the employee with the amount to be deducted each pay period. The statement may read "balance due upon separation".
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