‘Easy’ Part of Tip Rule Takes Effect, Other Provisions in for More Study

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Portions of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) 2020 tipped worker rule are set to take effect April 30, but the Biden administration intends to delay the effective date and continue studying other parts of the rule, which was a product of the previous administration

The provisions of the rule taking effect April 30 are the “easy” parts, says Richard J. Morgan, an attorney with Burr & Foreman LLP in Columbia, South Carolina, and those parts don’t represent much of a change from common practice. The more controversial, “real-meat” portions of the rule are being delayed until December

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