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related to the practice, at times required by law, of deducting money upfront before paying the balance. Generally used in the context of taxes.

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If you follow the worksheet, then: 1 for yourself 1 since You are married, have only one job, and your spouse does not work 1 for your spouse for a total of 3.
answered Jun 12 '16 by user102008
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makes sense since before 2018, you get a $4050 deduction for each exemption.) In 2018 and later, you don't get a deduction for exemptions anymore. Yet the 2018 withholding tables "are designed to work … with the Forms W-4 that workers have already filed with their employers to claim withholding allowances" (i.e. pre-2018 W-4 forms). I am wondering how that is possible since there is no way for the …
asked Jan 14 '18 by user102008
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Suppose I choose to make pre-tax payroll contributions to my 401(k) and/or HSA, of an amount that takes up most of my paycheck. I also selected on my W-4 form to make an extra tax withholding per …
asked Nov 3 '18 by user102008
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put there can be said to be "incorrect". I think that the best to use the IRS Withholding Calculator. If you use it, the calculator will probably tell you to claim a few more exemptions. And you don't have to feel bad about "filling the form incorrectly" if you follow the IRS calculator. …
answered Sep 30 '14 by user102008
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According to this section in Publication 15: Collecting underwithheld taxes from employees. If you withheld no income, social security, or Medicare taxes or less than the correct amount fro …
answered Mar 7 '17 by user102008