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Tag: W-2

W-2 tax form next to a pen, money, and calculator

It is not uncommon for state wages to be higher than their federal wages. This alone generally should not trigger a return to be rejected for e-filing.

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W-2 Wage Statement

 filed my tax return, and then a W-2 came in the mail for a job I worked earlier this year that I had forgotten about. How do I file this? 

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