I recently started a full-time M-F job which has a total annual gross pay of just over 20k.
Now, I have been offered a "when-available" (tell them what days I'm available in a 7-day week and they schedule me if they have something open) game testing position.
As I work M-F full time at Job #1, I would only work for Job#2 (game testing) on Saturdays and/or Sundays if I want to and if there are shifts available.
Basically, I have to fill out a w-4 for Job#2 and I don't know what to claim in allowances.
For Job#1 I claimed a total of 2 (lines A & B). Line B because that was my only job at that point in time.
I was going to do the same for the w-4 for Job#2, but then I saw that it recommends (on the w-4 form) to claim 0 allowances on the least paying job's w-4 to avoid too little tax withheld.
I'm game for doing this, but just want to make sure that if I do, that means I won't be blamed for "too little taxes withheld" come tax season, and won't have to pay the government any money.
Is this true?