W-4


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W-4Employee Withholding Allowance (IRS)
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Form W-4 and the revised calculator will reflect additional changes in the new law, such as changes in available itemized deductions, increases in the child tax credit, the new dependent credit and repeal of dependent exemptions," the IRS said.
Available through the web-based TALX Onboarding Service, iW-4 automates varying federal, state and local W-4 requirements, and streamlines processes to help employees be more productive from day one.
3402(f)(2)(A) requires employees to furnish their employer with a signed Form W-4 on employment.
The Form W-4 is also known as the Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate, and some employees have tried to protest against completing the form by claiming they don't have to "allow" withholdings.
if employers think a form is "questionable," they can send it to the IRS for examination, but they have to process payroll according to that W-4 until a decision is made.
First, you must note your change in marital status on the W-4 form at work.
Provides 24/7/365 employee self-service availability, offloading payroll and HR responsibilities for W-4 updates;
In the case of a large refund, it's best to reduce the amount of tax withheld by adjusting the W-4.
Examine the employee's Social Security card--make sure the name and number match the information on file and on the W-4.
Federal W-4 forms for 2006 will be released early in December; states will issue their updated forms afterward.
The predecessor must retain copies of Forms W-4 and W-5 and the "acquired" employees must supply the successor with new Forms W-4 and W-5.
It was very important for us to have a service available to our employees 24/7 so that employees can quickly and easily handle routine matters themselves, such as accessing pay stubs and making W-4 and direct deposit changes," said Julie Phillips, Union Pacific senior manager of banking.