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Form W-2 — or Wage and Tax Statement — is a United States tax form that shows important tax information, including the income a taxpayer has earned, the amount of taxes that have been withheld from their paycheck, benefits information, and more. Taxpayers need Form W-2 when filing state and federal taxes.
A W-2 form is provided by an employer and includes important tax information. It’s half a page long and provides an overview of a taxpayer’s yearly earnings.
Form W-4 — or Employee’s Withholding Certificate — is a United States tax form that’s completed by employees so that employers can withhold the correct amount of tax from their paychecks. New W-4 forms are filled out annually or when the employee’s financial or personal circumstances change.
A W-4 form is one page long and is filled out by the employee. It also includes a worksheet for people with multiple jobs, and instructions for filling out the form and entering the correct annual taxable salary.
Form W-9 — or Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification — provides a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to someone who is required to file an information return. Taxpayers use this form to provide their TIN when income is paid to them, for real estate transactions, for mortgage interest, and other circumstances.
A W-9 form is one page long and requires the form filler to include their Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), personal or business information, and signature.
All of these forms are tax forms, but their purposes vary. Form W-2 is sent by employers to employees, whereas Form W-4 is filled out by employees and given to employers. Form W-9 is provided to someone who must file an information return to the IRS.
Yes. Taxes for each calendar year — starting January 1 and ending December 31 — are due in April of the following year, typically April 15. If Tax Day falls on a weekend or holiday, it will be officially observed on the closest weekday.
When filling out taxes, be sure to double- or even triple-check that the information provided is correct. Make sure calculations are done correctly, that you’re filing the correct forms, and that you submit your tax forms on time.