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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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As @littleadv's comment on your question said, it is unlikely that you and your husband paid a total of $5K in income tax on $185K of wages in 2013. More likely, your 2013 tax return (assumed to be a …
answered Oct 26 '14 by Dilip Sarwate
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You are having taxes withheld separately on your income, but the amount that you are obligated to pay is the total shown on your MFJ return. Of course, the amounts withheld are credited against the t …
answered May 2 '12 by Dilip Sarwate
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There is a safe harbor provision. You do not owe penalties for underpayment for 2013 if you have paid at least 100% of the income tax that you paid for 2012 (110% for high earners) via withholding and …
answered Apr 13 '13 by Dilip Sarwate
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Yes, you can do what you are contemplating doing, and it works quite well. Just don't get the university's payroll office too riled by going in each June, July, August and September to adjust your pay …
answered Jun 8 '17 by Dilip Sarwate
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Employers withhold at rates specified in Circular E issued by the IR. You can request that additional money be withheld (not an issue here) or you can have reduced withholding by claiming additional …
answered Sep 18 '12 by Dilip Sarwate