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W-2 Tax Forms Ordering Info

►W-2 Sets & Kits

  • Order by the number of employees

►W-2 Preprinted Forms

  • Order by the number of employees
  • Increments of 25 available (Example: 17 employees order 25; 67 employees order 75)

►W-2 Blank Forms

  • Order by the sheet
  • Increments of 100 available

►W-2 Parts Required by State

  • Wisconsin – use a 6-part W-2
  • Alabama – use a 6-part W-2, but certain cities in Alabama require an 8-part W-2
  • Alaska – use a 4-part W-2
  • Arizona – use 6-part W-2
  • Arkansas – use 6-part W-2
  • California – use 6-part W-2
  • Colorado – use 6-part W-2
  • Connecticut – use 6-part W-2
  • Delaware – use 6-part W-2, but certain cities in Delaware require an 8-part W-2
  • District of Columbia – use 6-part W-2
  • Florida – use 4-part W-2
  • Georgia – use 6-part W-2
  • Hawaii – use 6-part W-2
  • Idaho – use 6-part W-2
  • Illinois – use 6-part W-2
  • Indiana – use 6-part W-2
  • Iowa – use 6-part W-2
  • Kansas – use 6-part W-2
  • Kentucky – use 6-part W-2, but certain cities in Kentucky require an 8-part W-2
  • Louisiana – use 6-part W-2
  • Maine – use 6-part W-2
  • Maryland – use 6-part W-2, but certain cities in Maryland require an 8-part W-2
  • Massachusetts – use 6-part W-2
  • Michigan – use 6-part W-2, but certain cities in Michigan require an 8-part W-2
  • Minnesota – use 6-part W-2
  • Mississippi – use 6-part W-2
  • Missouri – use 6-part W-2, but certain cities in Missouri require an 8-part W-2
  • Montana – use 6-part W-2
  • Nebraska – use 6-part W-2
  • Nevada – use 4-part W-2
  • New Hampshire – use 4-part W-2
  • New Jersey – use 6-part W-2
  • New Mexico – use 6-part W-2
  • New York – use 6-part W-2, but certain cities in New York require an 8-part W-2
  • North Carolina – use 6-part W-2
  • North Dakota – use 6-part W-2
  • Ohio – use 6-part W-2, but certain cities in Ohio require an 8-part W-2
  • Oklahoma – use 6-part W-2
  • Oregon – use 6-part W-2
  • Pennsylvania – use 6-part W-2, but certain cities in Pennsylvania require an 8-part W-2
  • Rhode Island – use 6-part W-2
  • South Carolina – use 6-part W-2
  • South Dakota – use 4-part W-2
  • Tennessee – use 4-part W-2
  • Texas – use 4-part W-2
  • Utah – use 6-part W-2
  • Vermont – use 6-part W-2
  • Virginia – use 6-part W-2
  • Washington – use 4-part W-2
  • West Virginia – use 6-part W-2
  • Wisconsin – use 6-part W-2
  • Wyoming – use 4-part W-2

 

►W-2 Tax Filing Deadlines

Form Title What to Report To
SSA
by
To
IRS
by
To Recipient by
W-2 Wages & Tax Statement Wages, tips, other compensation; social security; Medicare, withheld income taxes; and advance earned income credit (EIC) payments. Include bonuses, vacation allowances, severance pay, certain moving expense payments, some kinds of travel allowances, and third-party payments of sick pay. Last day of February (March 31 if e-filed) January 31
W-2G Certain Gambling Winnings Gambling winnings from horse racing, dog racing, jai alai, lotteries, keno, bingo, slot machines, sweepstakes, wagering pools, etc. Generally, $600 or more; $1,200 or more from bingo or slot machines; $1,500 or more from keno. Last day of February (March 31 if e-filed) January 31
W-2c Corrected Wage & Tax Statement Corrects errors on previously filed W-2’s. A W-2c form must be provided to the employee and a copy mailed to, or e-filed with, the IRS (Internal Revenue Service). Do not file a W-2c to correct an address error only. Do not file a W-2c to correct an error on a W-2G form. File with the employee and SSA as soon as error is discovered

 


 



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