Employers are responsible for mailing all W-2 forms for the previous tax year no later than January 31st, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS suggests contacting the employer first to inquire if and when a W-2 form was mailed. Contact the IRS directly at 1-800-829-1040 if a W-2 form has not been received by February 14th.Know More
All employers who participate in a business and make payments to employees, from whom services rendered, are required to provide a W-2 form. The W-2 form documents all withholding totals, including state and federal income tax, Medicare and Social Security taxes. These totals are what the IRS uses when determining if a refund or payment is due from the employee. If an employer negligently fails to meet the issuance date set forth by the IRS, penalties may apply. These penalties can range from $30 per form up to $100 per form, depending on how late the form is received.
When contacting the IRS about a missing W-2 form, the following information is required to receive assistance: employer's name and address, dates of employment, year-to-date earnings and estimated tax withholding totals for the previous tax year and all pertinent personal information.Learn More
According to the Internal Revenue Service, a W-2 generally must be given to an employee no later than January 31, though an employer may be granted an extension of time to provide W-2s under some circumstances. Corrections to W-2s, usually on Form W-2c, can be issued when and as needed.Full Answer >
Most versions of the 1099 forms are due to recipients on January 31 for the previous tax year, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Forms 1099-B, 1099-S or 1099-MISC with amounts entered in boxes 8 or 14 are due February 15.Full Answer >
The IRS requires that employers send W-2 forms to anyone who earned wages in 2014 by Feb. 2, 2015. Taxpayers may contact the IRS for assistance if they have not received their W-2 forms by Feb. 14, 2015.Full Answer >
Open a web browser, and enter "IRS.gov" into the search bar. Find the search field on the IRS site, enter W-2, and hit return.Full Answer >