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    But he's not getting paid his full wage, (he's 22 and should be getting paid his full wage) but because I'm not 21 yet, he's losing out (for some reason his company gets a pay raise when they turn 21)

    What can we do to make sure he gets paid his proper wage?
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    Well obvious question, why is it being paid into your account?
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    I dont really understand why he wouldnt be getting paid enough just because its your bank account? But yeah like travelguru says, just tell him to open his own account.
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    The account it gets paid into has no bearing on how much he gets paid. If he's not receiving the full amount he needs to talk to his manager and/or payroll.
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    Steal it, then buy them an I'm sorry card, and an I'm moving to pastures new card.
 
 
 
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