Transcript You can get a wage and income transcript, containing the Federal tax information your employer reported to the Social Security Administration (SSA), by visiting our Get Transcript page. You can also use Form 4506-T, Request for Transcript of Tax Return.
View your W-2 Online If your employer has given you online access to access your pay information, log into login.adp.com. Note, not all companies use our online portal so if you are unable to log in, please contact your employer directly to ask about your W2.
If your W-2 went missing because of a mail snafu, you can use TurboTax to retrieve a copy. As long as your employer issued one, TurboTax can import it.
The quickest way to obtain a copy of your current year Form W-2 is through your employer. Your employer first submits Form W-2 to SSA; after SSA processes it, they transmit the federal tax information to the IRS.
If you haven’t received yours by mid-February, here’s what you should do: Contact your employer. You should first ask your employer to give you a copy of your W-2. Contact the IRS. If you exhaust your options with your employer and you have not received your W-2, call the IRS at 800-829-1040. File on time.
Use Form 4852 and your last paystub to file income taxes Failing that, you can use IRS Form 4852 to file your tax return. Download Form 4852 from the IRS website and complete it using a copy of your last paystub. Once complete, attach Form 4852 to your 1040 or other tax form and send it to the IRS.
To receive another copy of your W2, please log in to Paperlessemployee.com/ Dollar Tree. If you do not remember your credentials for logging into this site, please email Paymail to request a reprint.
TurboTax does not have a copy of your W-2 —the Wage & Tax Statement—issued to you by your employer, (nor does TurboTax have copies of your 1099’s). You should always save those documents for your own records. You could ask the employer(s) for copies or you can get a copy from Social Security (for a fee of $86).
Federal law requires employers to send W-2s to workers by Jan. 31 each year, or a few days later if the end of the month falls on a weekend. If you’re still waiting on your earnings statement, here are six steps you can take.
The IRS requires employers to keep returned undeliverable copies of W-2 forms sent to employees for four years unless electronic copies are available for review by the IRS.
Once you find your employer, simply follow the instructions to have an electronic online copy of your W-2 form sent to H&R Block. Once we receive your W-2, it’s stored securely until you come to get it. Visit your local H&R Block office to access your W-2 and get your refund as soon as possible.