Have Your Gotten Your W-2?
Whether you receive a W-2 from an employer or a 1099 to show your income, you should be receiving those documents in the mail soon.
But… what if your W-2 never shows up? Here’s what to do:
REACH OUT TO THE ISSUER: Let the responsible party know that you haven’t received your tax documents yet. It could be as simple as them not having your mailing address on file!
REACH OUT TO THE IRS: If you haven’t received your W-2 by the end of this month, you should reach out to the IRS. After this call, the agency will send you Form 4852 to complete in place of your missing document.
If you eventually receive a W-2 that’s different than the amount you filed on your return, you may end up needing to amend your tax return.
Not sure about which tax documents you need? Reach out to your tax professional for specific guidance related to your tax situation.
Got Big Game Bets?
Consider this a friendly reminder that your gambling winnings are taxable income whether you place the bet through an app, in person, or online. If you itemize your deductions, you may be eligible to deduct your losses up to the amount of your gambling winnings.
My money’s on Taylor Swift getting shown at some point during the big game… what are the odds of her taking the stage with Usher?!
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