Hello my name is katie c norris with cnrs wealth management and in this video we're going to learn how to fill out form w-4 let's get going first if you need to locate form w-4 in case your employer didn't pryou with one you can go to search browser of your choice and type in w-4 you will see ires.gov website and it will say form w-4 employees withholding certificate that's the official name for form w-4 the form was updated in 2022 and the changes were significant after you click on the form you will see four pages the form itself it's only page number one the rest of the pages will include instructions and worksheets you can download this form and fill it out on your computer and then print it out or print out and fill out by hand but again uh depending on your employer you're probably going to receive one at your place of employment let's get to the form the form called employees withholding certificate the form consists of five steps only step one which is your personal information and step number five are mandatory steps two three and four are optional step number one your personal information you will have to fill out your first name and middle initial and your last name you have to pryour social security number if you want to make sure that your name matches the name of social security card they actually pryou with the phone number you can call and to make sure it matches then you have to pryour home address straight house number or apartment city state and your zip code in section c you will have to pick your filing status your tax filing status if you don't know you can refer...
Minnesota Form W-4MN: What You Should Know
Form SS-4-D/S, SS-4-D/S For Business-type Employers In MN, MN: MN: A-1, and B-5. Form SS-4-C, SS-4 For Charitable Contributions to a 501(c)(3) Organization, Exemption Certificate. Form SS-4-D, SS-4 For Charitable Contributions To a 501(c)(3) Organization, Withholding Allowance/Exemption Certificate. Forms W-4-A, W-4-B, W-4-C, W-4-D, W-4-E, and W-4-F for all employees (other than “exempt employees”) who do not have a dependent student who is in the 10th grade, who have an annual taxable base in excess of 800, and who are enrolled in a designated school program (which is treated as being a designated school for purposes of the W-4-F). To qualify for the non-child dependent student exemption on Form W-4 for each qualified family member under the age of 19, the family member must be employed, including a dependent who may work outside the employee's home. A dependent student must be enrolled as follows: If the dependent child has a dependent parent who is at least 23 years of age and who is not more than five years older, the child must be enrolled in a full-time course that is: More than half-time in any of the three academic years immediately preceding the child's year of enrollment (unless the school's enrollment schedule has no age restrictions) If a student's school does not offer an equivalent course, there must be alternatives to the child's school for at least two weeks or more during the summer break or in the spring term of the school year immediately after the child's enrollment.
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