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No Dancer Stripper Wants to be an “Employee” - Strippers Lose Control Of Their Dancing Profession

Strippers Prefer To Remain "Independent Contractors" When Presented With The Facts Of Becoming An Employee!

CLICK HERE !! Dancer Strippers - Be Smart - Just Say No! - To Greedy Attorneys Wanting You To File A Minimum Wage Lawsuit! - Attorney's Get 30%-50% Of Any Money You May Receive - After Years Of Litigation Many Strippers Get Less Than One Weekend Of Stripping! Strippers Real Name Not Your "Stage Name" Is Forever In Public Records On The Internet For Everyone To See! - Dancer Strippers Under Oath Will Have To Testify How Much Money They Made Dancing At The Club - Attorneys Get The Gold Mine - Strippers Get The Shaft!

WHAT CAN HAPPEN TO A DANCER STRIPPER INVOLVED IN A MINIMUM WAGE LAW SUIT

ALL INFORMATION ABOUT MINIMUM WAGE LAWSUITS FILED BY DANCERS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC VIEW ON THE INTERNET AT Pacer.org provides: Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case and docket information online from federal appellate, district, and bankruptcy courts, and the PACER Case Locator. PACER is provided by the Federal Judiciary in keeping with its commitment to providing public access to court information via a centralized service

  1. If you have not been honest in paying your taxes, there is the potential for both civil and criminal penalties
  2. Your IRS Tax Returns will definitely be subpoenaed.
  3. Your phone records, text, email, social network posts, are all subject to being subpoenaed.
  4. No more “cash receipts” of the moneys independently earned at the end of a dance shift.
  5. As an employee, a dancer stripper will likely paid by check every 1 to 2 Weeks, likely at minimum wage, with up to 20%-35% of your minimum wage or other income being withheld for taxes.
  6. As an additional concern, if a stripper that becomes an employee and starts paying taxes appears to have been negligent in their tax responsibilities in prior years, the IRS can require interest and penalties for any previously unpaid taxes. The IRS has up to 3 years to audit your tax return and 10 years to collect any tax due.
  7. Any welfare assistance or other government entitlement programs that a stripper has utilized while not divulging dancer income can be exposed and possibly cancelled.
  8. If any dancer received any welfare assistance or other government entitlement program at the same time they were earning money from dancing, the failure to declare the dance income could result in a charge of “welfare fraud,” or some equally troubling experience.
  9. Any dancer stripper will likely be the subject of a deposition, a proceeding where the Club’s attorney can ask you a number of questions, under oath, about every aspect of your job history, your family structure, any source of income, and every aspect of your personal finances, expenditures and where and how you spend your money.
  10. Any stripper that becomes an employee will now be another official taxpayer, subject to the same scrutiny and likelihood of an IRS audit as every other taxpayer and wage earner.

STRIPPERS’S “WAGE AND HOUR” LAWSUITS CAN BE PAINFUL, INCONVENIENT AND POSSIBLY DETRIMENTAL EXPERIENCES FOR THE STRIPPER - CLICK HERE!

IRS Circular 230 Disclaimer: To ensure compliance with IRS Circular 230, nothing in this communication is to be construed as “tax advice,” and any discussion or reference to tax issues is strictly general, and a statement of opinion, and not to be taken, directly or indirectly, as tax advice or legal advice. Any U.S. federal tax issues discussed in this communication are not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used by the recipient or any other taxpayer (i) for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties that may be imposed on the recipient or any other taxpayer, or (ii) in promoting, marketing or recommending to another party a partnership or other entity, investment plan, arrangement or other transaction addressed herein.

You may lose your ability to deduct from your taxes, your normal business expenses such as:
Costumes, CD’s/tapes, stereo equipment to practice by, airfare, automobile, hotel expenses for travel between Clubs, Cosmetology services – hairstyling, nails, tanning, This is only an example of possible deductions, NOT TAX ADVICE!

The following is an illustrative description of the characteristics of an “Employee.”

• The Strip Club can require you to work a schedule set for you by the Strip Club for a minimum of 40 hours per week.
• The Strip Club can require you to work one full year before taking a vacation.
• You may be required to do general cleaning in areas of the Strip Club during your shift and before leaving.
• The Strip Club can fire you and bring possible criminal charges against you for overcharging patrons.
• You will be paid the minimum wage provided by the law, will get reduced minimum wage, currently $8.05 per hour in Florida, or for tip credit where allowed, and be paid like wait staff (Currently $5.03 per hour, or as amended by Congress, or as defined by applicable state law).
• You will be paid for overtime (1 ½ times the normal hourly rate) for hours worked in excess of forty (40) hours per week. The Strip Club will decide whether you are allowed to work overtime.
• You will be given an unpaid one-half (1/2) hour meal break, if you work a continuous period of 8 hours.
• You will be given paid rest breaks, during times authorized by Strip Club management, at a rate of 15 minutes for each 4 hours worked, or major fraction thereof.
• You will be required to share tips (not “dance performance fees”) with other Strip Club employees, where the law allows.
• You will be required to turn over to the Strip Club ALL “Performance Fees” or “dance fees” which are charged to the customers for couch, table, VIP and private dances (excluding tips or gratuities which you receive in excess of the posted or customary dance performance prices).
• The Strip Club will have controls over you which they regularly exert over all of the employees.
• The Strip Club may require you to sell drink quotas, however you shall not solicit the sale of any beverages.
• You may be required to fill in for ANY other employee who does not show up for work no matter what his or her job responsibilities may be, i.e. waitress, door person, janitorial, etc.
• The Strip Club may terminate your employment at any time without cause, and without any prior notice or warning.
• The Strip Club can require you to work overtime as needed by the Strip Club.
• The Strip Club can require you to wear costumes, make-up and hair styles selected by the Strip Club (note: If the Strip Club decided to require you wear a uniform or other accessories distinctive as to style, color, or material, any such uniforms will be furnished to you – without cost – by the Strip Club, and if such uniforms or accessories require a special cleaning process, and cannot be easily laundered by you, the Strip Club will clean such uniform, as necessary, for you without cost.
• The Strip Club can require you to produce a required quota of dances or LOSE YOUR JOB.
• The Strip Club can require you to undergo training, including choreography, under the direction of the Strip Club.
• The Strip Club can require you to dance for customers selected by the Strip Club.
• The Strip Club can require you to dance to music chosen by the Strip Club.
• The Strip Club can require you to dance in a manner directed by the Strip Club.
• The Strip Club can require you to attend employee meetings along with all other Strip Club employees.
• The Strip Club can require you to perform only at this Strip Club or at Strip Clubs specifically approved by the management of this Strip Club.
• The Strip Club can require you to enter contests at any Strip Club as management so desires.

DISCLAIMER- ABOSLUTELY NO STATEMENT OR ANY INFORMATION IS TO BE CONSIDERED TAX ADVICE OR LEGAL ADVICE, IN ANY WAY!

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