The Form W-4, an Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, is completed by each new employee to indicate the amount of federal tax the employer should withhold from his or her wages. An employee that does not submit a completed W-4 will be set-up as "Single" with no allowances. An employee’s Form W-4 remains in effect until a new form is completed. An employee is able to make changes to their Form W-4 throughout the year, until he/she is satisfied with the amount withheld each pay period.
An employee must complete a new Form W-4 if:
You may access this form from the IRS webpage: www.irs.gov
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