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AGO Opinions with Topic: WHETHER "WAGE SCHEDULES" CAN BE CONSIDERED "OTHER RECORDS" WHICH MAY BE DESTROYED AFTER THREE YEARS, OR DOES THE SIX-YEAR PERIOD APPLY
AGO 1950 No. 321 >  August 15, 1950
WHETHER "WAGE SCHEDULES" CAN BE CONSIDERED "OTHER RECORDS" WHICH MAY BE DESTROYED AFTER THREE YEARS, OR DOES THE SIX-YEAR PERIOD APPLY
WHETHER 'WAGE SCHEDULES' CAN BE CONSIDERED 'OTHER RECORDS' WHICH MAY BE DESTROYED AFTER THREE YEARS, OR DOES THE SIX-YEAR PERIOD APPLY
"Wage schedules" may not be considered "other records" but are a compilation or continuation of the quarterly contribution reports in summary form of the total wages paid to an employee during the calendar year, and may not be destroyed until after the expiration of the six-year period.
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