What deductions may an employer make from an employee's final paycheck under Kansas law?

An employer can only make deductions from an employee’s final paycheck that are required under federal or Kansas law, such as taxes or garnishments, or that the employee has authorized for his or her benefit. An employer can also deduct any amounts that have been overpaid to the employee.

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