I worked in Taiwan last year for about 8 months. I took holidays after my payday on the 7th of the month left the country then resigned by email. I gave them about a weeks notice of my leaving. I did this because otherwise I would have to pay a 20,000NT fine for breaking the contract. Of course I still worked about 7 days during the last month before I resigned so they still received about 12,000NT for those days I worked. The reason I resigned was because they clearly breached the terms of my contract. It stated that they must give me 20hrs of work per week but they did not. I was unhappy that they would not pay me the difference which of course they should if it is stated on the contract. They are now trying to prevent me from gaining my tax witholding statement which must be illegal. How can they be entitled to keep my taxes?? If they require me to make up the difference in the fine thats ok. I am prepared to pay the difference 8,000NT or whatever it is but I am certainly not going to let them just walk away with about 33,000NT in taxes which I am owed. Who can I contact in order to resolve this issue?? Surely a school does not have the power to withhold all of my taxes. They initially broke the contract so I can’t see how they have any legal rights in this situation.