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2013 Form W-2 Additional Information Employees who have consented to electronic delivery of their 2013 Form W-2 will be able to access their form on January 24, 2014, at www.w2express.com. Paper Form
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Social Security (OAS II) Taxable Limitations, as of January 1, 2014, are reduced by: • 5 months for wages over 1,650,000 This means that a person with a 2013 salary of 115,000 can claim a maximum tax rate of only 0.54, and a maximum taxable amount to the government of only 27,290. Additional information on Social Security and Medicare benefits The Social Security Administration (SSA) is required to file a form for individuals claiming Social Security benefits. If you received a W2, do this as soon as possible, as this is an additional tax that must also be added in taxes. You do not have to file a separate W2 for your Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. All other taxes and Social Security and Medicare must be paid on these amounts, which are taxable to you. See for further information on Social Security and Medicare benefits Your State of Residence for Social Security and Medicare Taxes You determine your State of Residence for Social Security and Medicare taxes based on the number of dependents you claim on your 2013 Form W-2. For your 2013 tax year, the State of Residence can be any state, the District of Columbia, or Puerto Rico. All other taxes do not change based on where you file. You can find the current State of Residence for Social Security and Medicare on the IRS website. Tax Filing and Payment You will need to file your tax return by filing the return as soon as possible after you receive your W2(or W-2C) for the tax year. In general, the IRS will credit your withholding against your tax bill in the first few weeks of every month. The IRS will refund any taxes not paid by the deadline. You will need to pay any tax due when your return is due. For more information about filing your return, please click here. Social Security and Medicare taxes are paid from your regular W2 wages as a wage earner. All Social Security and Medicare taxes can be paid as either a withholding tax or self-employment tax on your regular wages. You will make monthly interest-free payments into a trust account until you have paid your complete tax liability. You can take the following steps to file and pay your tax return. If you do not owe any Social Security or Medicare taxes, you can continue to file your tax return without filing an adjusted return.