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Asked by: jmlcpl
Quick Answers on Jan 06, 2013
The paystub often has differences from the W-2 and only the W-2 can be used to file.
If you are an adult, the first $ 9750 isn’t taxed. The next $ 8700 is at 10%.
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tro on Jan 06, 2013
there is no such thing
if you filed your W-4 correctly including the various credits you might be entitled to the amount that was withheld from your paycheck is probably what you will owe
that’s probably a very wild guess since as you prepare your return you find some credits and deductions you may not have thought of before
Max Hoopla on Jan 06, 2013
Use 2011 forms. It will be close.
Bobbie on Jan 06, 2013
And the numbers that you would use from your pay check stub may NOT be the same numbers information that you will have to use to correctly fill out your 1040 income tax return during the 2013 tax filing season for this purpose,
Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 01/05.2013
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