The company you worked for should mail it to you. I think they have until Feb 15th (legally) to get it to you. If you don't get it by then call them!! Legally they have to give you one.
by jackelin abbott 7 years ago
how do i fine my w-2
by Abigayle Malchow 5 years ago
When is it time to let a friendship go if your friendship has been for 15 years?What kind of situations are appropriate for walking away from a friendship that has a lot of personal investment into it? Are there times when you turn the other cheeck and give them the benefit o f the doubt?
by eye say 6 years ago
How late do you let your 16 year olds stay out until?and do you know where they are?
by StellaSee 6 years ago
If two people had the same exact job except that one person worked full time and the other worked part time, should the full time person get paid more?
by mshunt 7 years ago
Do you answer your phone, or let the answering machine get it?My wife gets all tweaked when I don't answer my phone but instead let the answering machine get it. When she raises a fuss, I tell her that's why I invested in an answering machine.
by maria_2010 5 years ago
I did work in 2010. i recieved my W2 form in the mail but i didnt get any deductions taken...away...but i do have a baby girl will i still get the child credit???
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