If I get a W-2 from two different employers(same year) am l required to file wo separate tax forms?
Or can l combine my earnings/FTW/STW from both forms and file just one federal and one state return? Given of course, that I put both stubs in the envolope when mailing them in?
Apology for the spelling error.
- Tax LadyLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
You only file one tax return for Federal and state taxes, no matter how many employers you have during the year.
- 1 decade ago
You file all earnings on the same return. If you file via an online agency they will ask you for the information from each w-2.
The same thing goes for if you mail it. You add all items together and put the total in the appropriate boxes. You will attach both w-2's with your return.
- falsi fiableLv 71 decade ago
You ALWAYS file a single tax return no matter how many jobs you hold. Add them all together. Get TurboTax to walk you through the process. They even have a free on-line version for those who qualify. Haven't you seen all their advertisements here in Yahoo! Answers? They're everywhere!
- ?Lv 44 years ago
you may want to because the IRS is going to ask your self why you're filing 2 tax returns for the same 3 hundred and sixty 5 days. if you're no longer getting audited, its adequate to reinforce their eyebrows. you'll prefer to report an amended go back. both W-2 varieties get used to calculate your income and to calculate taxes owed. it can make the large difference on even if you get funds back or owe them funds.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
you always combine it will ask if you efile or go to a tax place all of your jobs and earnings and then bam done and done oh and yes put the stubs in the same envelope !
- JudyLv 71 decade ago
You have to combine them, you can't file multiple returns