W-2s, W-3s, 1099-NEC, Information Returns Due Date: January 31

If you are an employer, here is an important filing deadline reminder. The law requires you to file a copy of the W-2 forms you give to your employees by January 31st. You are also required to file the W-3 forms. Remember, you need to send these forms to the Social Security Administration. In addition, if [...]

Here are Some Things Gig Economy Workers Should Know About Their Tax Responsibilities

This article was published by the IRS. Many people take up gig work on a part-time or full-time basis, often through a digital platform like an app or website. Gig work, such driving a car for booked rides, selling goods online, renting out property, or providing other on-demand work, is taxable and must be reported as [...]

What People New to the Workforce Need to Know About Income Tax Withholding

This article was published by the IRS. For many new grads and other people entering the workforce for the first time, filling out new hire paperwork can be confusing — what's a W-4, anyway? New employees should ensure they understand their tax situation and do some planning so they're in good shape at tax time. It's [...]

When the Lemonade Stand Makes Bank: Young Entrepreneurs and Taxes

This article was published by the IRS. Teens and young adults often go into business for themselves over the summer or after school. This work can include babysitting, lawn mowing, dog walking or other part-time or temporary work. When a teen or young adult is an employee of a business, their employer withholds taxes from their [...]

Part-Time and Seasonal Jobs

Students and others often get part-time and seasonal jobs to earn extra money or to save for later. But many people don't realize that they may have to report and pay taxes on their income. When you start a job, you need to fill out a Form W-4, which is an Employee's Withholding Certificate. Your employer [...]

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