Important Notice Regarding your W-4 Filing Status
You May Need to Check your Withholding Form W-4
Since you last filed Form W-4 did you:
- Marry or divorce?
- Gain or lose a dependent?
- Change your name?
Were there major changes to:
- Your non-wage income (interest,dividends, capital gains, etc.)?
- Your family wage income (you or your spouse started or ended a job)?
- Your itemized deductions?
- Your tax credits?
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions:
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions or you owed extra tax when you filed your last return, you may need to file a new Form W-4. Now is the time to check your withholding (displayed in the upper right hand corner of your direct deposit advice). For more details, get *Publication 919, How Do I Adjust My Tax Withholding??
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