Traverse City, MI -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/06/2016 -- An article has been recently published on Filemytaxesonline.org that explains how people can get their W-2 forms on the Internet. Tax preparation planner and expert Frank Ellis reveals any business that employs someone must send the form by January 31. Some can get their W2 form online sooner than that.
Employers are more often making the W-2 available online as it makes the income reporting process less complicated, reveals the author. Users find their form, fill it out or download it, and print it for inclusion with their tax return. The first resource mentioned is H&R Block Online W2 Finder . It lets taxpayers import W-2 data into a current tax return, Ellis says, avoiding paperwork and sending by traditional mail.
TurboTax also enables people to find and import their W-2. It also allows users to input the employer's EIN along with personal details. Both tools make it easier to import details into a tax return and get a refund sooner, according to the author.
The article goes on to explain the W-2 tax form, what information it includes, and what its purpose is. It also tells the IRS what one should have paid federal and state governments, Ellis says. Online W-2s are discussed next. The author says even military employees file the form online. Outsourcing companies enable people to download the form via an automated distribution process.
According to the article, employers should say whether or not one will be able to access their form online. The other circumstance outlined is how to get multiple W-2s from the same company, but which have different amounts. With the tools explained in the article, details from all forms can be entered and one's combined income calculated. Ellis then reveals the situations in which one may have to file multiple forms.
Ellis also provides insight into getting W-2s from prior years.
Go to http://nationaltaxreports.com/how-to-get-your-w-2-form-faster-online/ to learn more.
About Frank Ellis
Frank Ellis is a Traverse City Tax Preparation Planner and published author. He has written tax and finance related articles for eight years and has published over 900 articles on leading financial websites.
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