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Why would my boss have me fill out a W-2 form but yet still pay me with personal checks? I get paid by the hour. We work 12 to 14 hours with no overtime.He did not have you fill out a W-2 form. A W-2 form is “issued” to all employees at the end of a calendar year, which summarizes all of an employee’s earnings and related income tax deductions made throughout the year. It is used as part of the information required to prepare a personal income tax return for employed individuals.If anything, assuming you are a new employee, he very likely had you fill out a W-9 form. This is a pretty standard procedure. It basically is a request for you to divulge your social security number so that a W-2 form can be issued to you at the end of the year. This information part of the information that will appear on an informational return submitted to the IRS, when your W-2 earnings are transmitted to them.That is the part that does make sense.The part that doesn’t make sense is why you were asked to fill out a W-9, yet are being paid with personal checks.If this is happening, in most cases, it would appear that he is paying “under the table.” I suspect no income taxes of any kind are being withheld.If I am correct, I would seriously think about leaving the company. This practice is illegal.Normally what happens is that a company paycheck is issued. State and federal income taxes are withheld from your gross pay and are forwarded on to local and federal government on your behalf. This is not happening from what you’ve described.Additionally, an employer must match the amounts withheld for social security and medicare and submit that match as well, again, on your behalf.It sounds like none of that is happening, if he’s cutting a personal check to pay you.Additionally, there are employment laws (both federal and state) which require an employer to pay overtime based on the number of hours worked. Typically, this is over 40 hours worked in a week or over eight hours worked in a day. Each state has different laws, so I’m not sure which applies to you.If you are being paid no overtime and are working 12–14 hours daily for five or more days a week, that is the second law your employer has broken. By law, you are entitled to fair overtime compensation, so it is something you might consider seeing a labor attorney about (to claim what is rightfully yours).Of course, I cannot say (and am not saying) for sure what is happening, but that is the appearance of what it looks like to me, based on what you’ve described.
The company I work for is taking taxes out of my paycheck but has not asked me to complete any signNowwork or fill out any forms since day one. How are they paying taxes without my SSN?WHOA! You may have a BIG problem. When you started, are you certain you did not fill in a W-4 form? Are you certain that your employer doesn’t have your SS#? If that’s the case, I would be alarmed. Do you have paycheck stubs showing how they calculated your withholding? ( BTW you are entitled to those under the law, and if you are not receiving them, I would demand them….)If your employer is just giving you random checks with no calculation of your wages and withholdings, you have a rogue employer. They probably aren’t payin in what they purport to withhold from you.
How do you get out from a life where: you don't have luck with women, you're broke, you work 10+ hours daily for a paycheck that's hardly enough to pay rent, bills and foods -- without killing yourself?$350.00 per month and working full time plus overtime? Are we talking US dollars? I hear that 80% of the worlds population live off of less than $10.00 per day. But these people also live in crowded slums without proper utilities, and have a diet of noodles, eggs, rice, and beans. If you were living in the US [I assume you don't] the average minimum wage is $7.25 per hour or $290.00 per 40 hour work week not including taxes. You cannot live here on that without sharing a crowded slum apartment, and subsiding on a diet of noodles, eggs, rice and beans. WWII gave countries like the US an edge to grow their economies while most the world was struggling to rebuild their war trone infrastructures. But we also had a progressive tax structure where the very rich paid a considerable percent more. This was used to build the now crumbling roads, highways, utilities, airports, and infrastructure creating more jobs and supporting the economy. Plus we had the growth of the unions creating a large middle class. Since Ronnie Reagan and his trickle down bull shit the middle class has been steadily shrinking, and the gap between rich and poor growing. So don't feel too cheated, because many Americans are joining you. God damn the Tea Baggers, God damn the congress, God damn Scott Walker and other union busters, and God damn the GOP.
How much tax will be taken out of a pay check with 1 dependent at 10 dollars per hour for 40 hours, and 8 hours overtime?Go to Paycheck Calculators | Online Payroll Calculators | Paycheck City and use their salary calculator
What would you do if you had just one hour to live?I will procrastinate till the end, as I do now, thinking I still have too much time left. So this is how the last hour would be spent0:59 - Oh I still have 59 minutes let's read some more Quora, it's the last time I am sucking up some more information. I will do the serious stuff after 10 minutes.0:49 - Oh S**t only 49 minutes, but still it's lots of time, let me check my stock portfolio for last time. Oh and the girl I was stalking on FB, did she got married or have a boyfriend now. Let's check some more pictures of her.0.39 - Dude this is serious now just last 39 minutes of your life do something useful. Wait just for 9 more minutes- let me check mashable, kickstarter, yahoo finance, google news, buzzfeed.... oh my god so much stuff to do.0:29 - Ok what the hell only 29 minutes, wow..now you can't do much so just chill out, open a beer and let's watch some YouTube videos.0:9 - F***K only 9 minutes........0:8 - Start calling family and friends on conference call. Lots of busy tones :(0:7 - Decide to make a 3 minutes video to tell everything I wanted to and post it on YouTube, hoping it would go viral...0:4- Start uploading.. damn this slow internet taking so long to post just a 3 minute video. watch some more videos while it's uploading.0:1 - Video finally uploaded. 0:0 - Clear my browser history, post a last smiling selfie with 'SEE YOU SUCKERS' caption.....That's It.PS: I wrote this in funny and sarcastic way, but the truth is that lots of us are doing this currently. 1 minute, 1 Hr, 1 year or 10 years we don't know how much life is left. We think we still have too much time.On the other hand no matter how much you could do, there's never enough. So on a serious note, if I knew there's only 1 hr left, as we all know there's only finite time for us, I would die happy and content... no regrets whatsoever.
My company forgot to take out my fica and Medicare from my paycheck. They amended the W-2 on their own end and paid their portion of the taxes. How do I pay mine during filling?I doubt that they “forgot.” Plus, there’s no reason for them to amend your W-2 unless they subsequently paid your employee FICA, but that’s more complicated than it may seem.If an employer fails to withhold the employee-FICA tax, the employer remains liable to pay the tax that it should have withheld. But you’re liable for it as well. It’s far easier for the IRS to collect it from the employer — the penalty is 100% of the tax amount, so the IRS will usually take that and apply it as the tax itself, if the employer doesn’t correct it himself first. In that case, you no longer owe the tax, but you owe the employer the amount of the tax (without interest or additional penalty), because he paid your tax on your behalf.Here’s where it gets complicated. Whether and how the employer gets the money back from you is a matter to be settled between the two of you — the IRS has nothing to do with it and, frankly, couldn’t care less. And assuming that we’re not in the same calendar year (which we can’t be), the employer just withholding that amount from your pay may very well violate state laws (depending on your state, obviously, but most would require your consent). In the meantime, the employer’s payment of the employee-FICA that it paid was additional wages to you, and the withholding (income tax and FICA) on that has to be taken from your other paychecks (or else the problem would occur all over again).There is a way in which the employer can get away with very substantially reduced penalties, but that applies only in cases of unintentional misclassification (as an independent contractor), and that’s not what happened to you. First, you were given a W-2, which indicates that you were treated as an employee. Second, you dont say anything about “forgetting” to withhold income tax — and that in and of itself disqualifies the employer from taking advantage of these reduced penalties. (If they withheld income tax, they obviously were not mistakenly treating you as a contractor.)