Sergeants Benevolent Association

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FLSA Lawsuit

 

FLSA Tax Forms

It has come to our attention that some members have not received the necessary tax forms for the settlement funds that they received from the FLSA lawsuits. If you were a plaintiff in the Mullins vs. City of New York case and the Liquidated Damages (check received directly from Woodley & McGillivary) portion was less than $600.00, you will not be receiving a 1099 Misc. If you were a plaintiff in the McInnis vs. City of New York case and the Liquidated Damages (check received directly from Woodley & McGillivary) portion was less than $300.00, you will not be receiving a 1099 Misc.

 

If the amount that you received was greater than listed above and you did not receive a 1099 Misc. from Woodley & McGillivary please send an email requesting a copy of your 1099 Misc. to: info@wmlaborlaw.com. Please include which case you were in, your name, tax ID and current address and a copy will be sent to you.

 

If you were active for any portion of 2013, the back wages portion of the settlement was included in the W2 you received from the City of New York.  If you were retired for all of 2013, you should have received a W2 from the City of New York. If you have not received your W2, please contact Paul Capotosto at:  pcapotosto@sbanyc.org  or 212-226-2180.

 

McInnis FLSA Payments

Active Members

Actives members with direct deposit will receive the back pay portion of the McInnis FLSA lawsuit on December 6,2013. Members who receive paychecks will receive supplemental checks with the December 19, 2013 paychecks.  The liquidated damages portion of the settlement will be mailed to active members on December 21,2013.

 

Retired Members

Retired members' back pay and liquidated damages checks will be mailed by December 30, 2013.

 

 

FLSA Payments

Active Members

The Law Firm of Woodley & McGillivary has mailed the remaining portion of the FLSA settlement to Active members on February 12, 2013. This amount represents 30% of the award deemed liquidated damages. Although no taxes were withheld from these checks, members are reminded that this amount is considered taxable and they will receive a 1099 next year for the full amount. If you change your address in the next 12 months please notify Woodley and McGillivary. The amount that members received in their January 18, 2013 paychecks will be included in their 2013 W2.

 

Retired Members

The Law Firm of Woodley & McGillivary on February 15, 2013, will mail out to Retired members two checks representing the entire settlement amount from the FLSA lawsuit. One check will have applicable taxes withheld and members will receive a W2 next January for this check. The second check represents 30% of the award deemed liquidated damages. Although no taxes were withheld from these checks, members are reminded that this amount is considered taxable and they will receive a 1099 next year for the full amount. If you change your address in the next 12 months please notify Woodley and McGillivary.

 

 

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