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Indy Explains: What is the tip allocation rate and why is the Culinary Union protesting it?

In previous negotiation years, the Culinary Union and workers have participated in the process along with their employers or the Nevada Resort Association because of “joint interest in making sure that workers are fairly taxed,” Pappageorge said. This time around, only the IRS and employers came to the agreement. 

“These are average workers that work here in Las Vegas. They have good jobs and their taxes have been jacked up. And we think that this is the absolute wrong time to jack up taxes on working families,” Pappageorge told The Nevada Independent. “So we want the IRS to do what the president said.” 

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