How do I get less taxes taken out my paycheck?
I work at the IRS as a CSR and work 40 hours Monday thru Friday and get paid biweekly. My gross pay is $1,412.57 but my net pay was $973 and that’s waaay too much taxes taken out. I work in Kentucky but I live in Ohio.
I’m wondering how can I get less taxes taken out of my paycheck?
My W-4 exemption is 01 and I’m single with no kids.
I will pick best answer. Thank you.
- 11 months agoBest Answer
You could probably go to 2 instead of 1, other than that, it is what it is.
- STEVEN FLv 711 months ago
There is NO WAY you could be a Customer Service Representative for the IRS and not know SQUAT about a W-4.
This question is a FLAT OUT LIE.
- Casey YLv 711 months ago
You work at the IRS, have a question about taxes and you are asking the question here??
That's like working at NASA and having a space question but posting it on here...
- JudithLv 711 months ago
Change your exemption to 02 and you will owe the IRS taxes come tax time. You decide. And if you work at the IRS, I'm the Easter Bunny.
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- StephenWeinsteinLv 711 months ago
You get less taken out of the paycheck by claiming more exemptions on your W-4, but don't. You won't end up with more money, and you might end up with less. If you have less taken out of your paychecks, then you'll get a smaller tax refund after the end of the year, or none, and you might even have to pay money.
- AlCaponeLv 711 months ago
You can have zero taxes deducted if that's what you want. However, what's more important is how much tax you will owe at tax time next year in April. Deductions are simply a way to put aside money to pay your taxes at tax time next year. If you have not had enough taken out of your pay each pay period, you'll have to come up with cash to pay at tax time -- ouch.
- Max HooplaLv 711 months ago
Change your W-4
- NALv 711 months ago
Your W-4 should probably have been set to 2 all year.
For the IRS, use the withholding calculator to see if where you stand with your ytd withholding vs what you will actually owe.
As for taxes, you will file first with Kentucky (and that's the state income tax that should be withheld) and then use those taxes as a credit when you file with Ohio.
- Anonymous11 months ago
Sure you work at the IRS,Sparky.
- nascar88gyrlLv 711 months ago
You work for the IRS and can't ask one of the "experts" there what to do to help you get more pay?