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Old 03-03-2014, 09:21 PM
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My employers bookkeeper did not take taxes out of my paychecks for a few months. During which time I told my boss I needed this issue fixed bc I did not choose exempt on my W4...I always claim 0. There were some issues with the bookkeeper and she quit and when the new bookkeeper started I had to fill out a new W4 because my original one where I supposedly marked exempt disappeared. After about 7 months of working for this company I quit. I received only a W2 from them. What they did was combine all of the wages I made from the 7 months onto the one W2. If I'm correct she should have given me a 1099 for the wages I did not pay taxes on? She is unwilling to respond to my questions about this issue so I'm wondering where to go from here.. Any ideas?



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Old 03-04-2014, 01:38 AM
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My employers bookkeeper did not take taxes out of my paychecks for a few months. During which time I told my boss I needed this issue fixed bc I did not choose exempt on my W4...I always claim 0. There were some issues with the bookkeeper and she quit and when the new bookkeeper started I had to fill out a new W4 because my original one where I supposedly marked exempt disappeared. After about 7 months of working for this company I quit. I received only a W2 from them. What they did was combine all of the wages I made from the 7 months onto the one W2. If I'm correct she should have given me a 1099 for the wages I did not pay taxes on? She is unwilling to respond to my questions about this issue so I'm wondering where to go from here.. Any ideas?
I do not think so; you, as an EE receiving w2, filing W4, are not subject to 1099; as you can see, form 1099-MISC is the most common tax form used to submit information for income paid to independent contractors, To determine whether you need to file a 1099 form, there are a number of questions to ask about the relationship with yiour ER. Your ER needs to supply a 1099 to you if you are independent contractors, janitorial services, third-party accounts, third-party public-relations firms that are not on their regular payroll or any other company or worker that they paid for services that is not on their payroll.



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