Posted by Madison on February 8, 2014
Let’s look at 2014 W-4 Form information to help you fill out a W-4 Form for your employer.
What is W-4 Form?
A W-4 Form indicates how much federal income tax should be withheld from your paycheck. Your employer will use your W-4 form and the number of exemptions you claim to calculate your withholding.
When Do You Use a W-4 Form?
Your employer will ask you to fill out a W-4 Form when you begin a new job. In addition, you can fill out a W-4 Form and submit it to your employer whenever you want to change your tax withholding.
How to Fill out a W-4 Form
- You can access the W-4 Form download from the IRS website.
- Fill out your name, address, SSN, and marital information.
- Select the number of allowances you want to claim on your W4 Form. You can calculate the number of allowances using the worksheet on the Form W4, or using the 2014 W-4 Form calculator.
- Add any additional amount you want withheld, sign and date the form, and turn it in to your employer.
2014 W-4 Forms
Here are the 2014 W-4 Forms and calculators for you to use:
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