The yearly salary of employees, as well as the amount of taxes deducted from their paychecks, are reported on a W2 Form or W2 Form online created by the W2 maker. An employee is considered to be on a W-2 status if their employer withholds taxes from their salary and reports such tax withholding to the relevant authorities.
If you need a copy of your W2 Form online, you may get it by visiting irs.gov. Instead of submitting an online request, you can submit Form 4506-T to the IRS if necessary.
A copy of your W2 Form can be obtained from your employer if you are unable to get your W2 online information from the IRS (s). Work-study activities are included under this category.
For each W2 Form that is either not filed or is filed incorrectly, the IRS will charge a penalty. The size of your firm will determine the severity of the penalty for filing or distributing the Form late to the Social Security Administration or to your workers. If the IRS finds that an employer simply ignored the filing requirements, the penalties are significantly greater.
You should file the forms as soon as possible, but if you need more time to file, you may always request an extension.