Montana Increases 2013 Minimum Wage
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Montana Raises 2013 Minimum Wage

Montana Raises 2013 Minimum WageThe minimum wage in Montana will be raised to $7.80 effective Jan. 1, 2013. The current minimum wage is $7.65. Montana minimum wage earners working full-time will now gross approximately $16,224.00 annually.

Businesses not covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act that also gross $110,000 or less can pay employees $4.00 per hour. But, if an employee produces or moves goods between the states or is covered by the FLSA,employers must pay the greater of the the federal minimum wage or the Montana minimum wage.

Montana is one of 10 states that tie the minimum wage to changes in the cost of living, according to the Consumer Price Index.

Employers are required to post the current minimum wage for their employees. To stay in compliance, print out the 2013 Montana Minimum Wage Poster. For more details, refer to our fact sheet on Montana payroll and employment laws.

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