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Do un-contracted workers have to fill out IRS W4 form?
I have no idea what an “un-contracted worker” is. I am not familiar with that term.Employees working in the U.S. complete a Form W-4.Independent contractors in the U.S. do not. Instead, they usually complete a Form W-9.If unclear on the difference between an employee or an independent contractor, see Independent Contractor Self Employed or Employee
How much tax does an average African American pay, and how does that compare with Caucasian Americans?
Very provocative question.  I'd be happy to help with some analysis here (my startup, GoodApril http://goodapil.com, does analysis on consumer tax returns), but I'd need a little more detail on what you had in mind.  On the surface, there's not a lot of reason to believe that African Americans and Caucasian Americans of similar income levels would pay anything different on their taxes.  You might, however, be able to build the case that because of differences in tendencies for a family to have two working adults (vs one), less propensity to invest in the stock market (thus not taking advantage of lower capital gains taxes), etc.  Is that what you had in mind?
My wife and I both had 0 exemptions on our W4s, no extra untaxed income and one dependent. How could we still owe money for federal income tax when filing jointly?
Welcome to the marriage tax. We tax married couples more than we do two single people. It’s flat wrong, but we do it. Rich people like it because often in wealthy couples, one of the two doesn’t work and this system gives wealthy one income couples a tax advantage.But for the majority of two income married couples, you are taxed more. Some couples secretly/legally divorce and then file seperately. If one person loses their job, they may qualify for food stamps and free healthcare that would not be available to them if they were married.Our tax program in the US is incredibly unfair to young couples. Often as much as half of apartment rent is property tax passed on by your land lord. The wealthy of course pay a shelter tax, but it’s a pittance of their income compared to the amount of wages seized from the dying middle class.As described in a previous post, a wal-mart worker pays 100 percent of their wealth or more in taxes. A Walton likely pays less than .1 percent of their wealth in taxes. We need a wealth tax to replace all other taxes. Out tax code is destroying the American Dream.
Is an employer obligated to give a W-4 before withholding taxes?
Not exactly. The employer is required to give the new hire employee a W4 form and request that they return it so that the proper amount of withholding can be done. Additionally, for some new employees, the employer is required to send a copy of the W4 to a State Directory of New Hires.If a new hire employee does not submit a W4 to the employer, then the employer is required to withhold at the highest rate, as if the employee is single and selected no withholding allowances.See the instructions for Form W4 and Publication 505 on the An official website of the United States government website for more details.
What is the best way to fill out a W4 form?
Before understanding the best way, we need to understand what is W4 form?To answer this:A W-4 form advises your employer how much tax to withhold from every paycheck. Your employer transmits the tax to the IRS for your sake. Toward the year's end, your employer will send you a W-2 showing (in addition to other things) how much it withheld for you that year.How to fill Form W4:You'll most likely round out a W-4 when you begin an occupation, however you can change your W-4 whenever. Simply download it from the IRS website, round it out and offer it to your HR or finance group.The simple part is providing your name, address, conjugal status and other fundamental individual information. The crucial step is choosing the quantity of allowances to guarantee.Try not to freeze on the off chance that you don't have the foggiest idea how to round out a W-4. The W-4 form accompanies an allowances worksheet that will enable you to make sense of what number to guarantee.The more allowances you guarantee, the less tax will be withheld from your paycheck.What’s the best way to fill out Form W-4?Here’s the general strategy:If you got a huge tax bill in April and don’t want another, you can use Form W-4 to increase your withholding. That’ll help you owe less (or nothing) next April.If you got a huge refund last year, you’re giving the government a free loan and could be needlessly living on less of your paycheck all year. Consider using Form W-4 to reduce your withholding.The more allowances you claim, the less tax will be taken out of your paycheck.To know more about W4 form, join this W4 webinar and learn how fill this form.
What do I do if my employer has not given any employee a W-4 but withheld taxes?
What do I do if my employer has not given any employee a W-4 but withheld taxes?The first thing to ask yourself is, "Do I work for a private-sector company or for the Federal government or one of it's entities?"The second question to ask yourself is, "Am I a citizen of the US or a foreigner?"If you work for a private-sector company AND are not a foreigner, then they should NOT be withholding ANY taxes from your paycheck and therefore do not have to have a W-4 on file for you.The tax laws are very clear on this point. The W-4 is for use with foreigners.U.S. Code › Title 26 › Subtitle F › Chapter 79 › § 7701 - Definitions(16) Withholding agentThe term “withholding agent” means any person required to deduct and withhold any tax under the provisions of section 1441, 1442, 1443, or 1461.U.S. Code › Title 26 › Subtitle A › Chapter 3 › Subchapter A - Nonresident Aliens and Foreign Corporations§ 1441 - Withholding of tax on nonresident aliens§ 1442 - Withholding of tax on foreign corporations§ 1443 - Foreign tax-exempt organizationsU.S. Code › Title 26 › Subtitle A › Chapter 3 › Subchapter B - Application of Withholding Provisions§ 1461 - Liability for withheld taxEvery person required to deduct and withhold any tax under this chapter is hereby made liable for such tax and is hereby indemnified against the claims and demands of any person for the amount of any payments made in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.
Do employees need to fill out a w4 every year?
No. Once you initially complete your W-4 form and give it to H.R. , that's it. The only time you want to have it amended or changed is if too much or not enough of your paycheck is being withheld for Federal Income taxes. Thanks for the question.
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