Questions tagged [form-w-4]

Form W-4 is an IRS tax input form completed by an employee in the United States to indicate his or her tax situation to the employer. The W-4 form tells the employer the correct amount of tax to withhold from an employee's paycheck.

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Filling out our W4 correctly

So we recently got married and now I'm trying to figure out our W4. I make 77k a year and she's around 68k a year. Her stub shows Single-0 and mine is Married-1. I read through a bunch of articles and ...
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W4 withholding for “Married filing joint” filing seems higher? Why?

My husband took a new job recently and is making 125K in salary in California. I make 65K. When we were filling his W4 (married filing joint), the additional withholding on his W4 came to 'additional $...
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W-4: Is the “Estimate of State and Local Taxes” just for myself, or for me and my spouse?

I am married, filing jointly. I am about to re-file my W-4 because I have been overwithholding. I'm working on Field 1 of the "Deductions and Adjustments Worksheet". A big part of this field is ...
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question regarding W4

If someone files W4 with default tax structure (no itemized deductions or allowances), can they still owe money to IRS at the end of the year if their income is > $200,000 of salary with no other ...

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