Employers must report each employee's wages and withheld taxes to the Social Security Administration on a yearly basis. Form W-2/W-3 serves as an annual wage report. This article explains how to do just that.





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Written by bigmoneyweb
4149 days ago

Great post. in my own knowledge, All employers who are liable for unemployment insurance must file a tax and wage report for each quarter they are in business. Active employers should receive a printed report by mail during the last week of each quarter. The reports, and any payment due, must be filed on or before April 30th, July 31st, October 31st and January 31st. Employers must report all wages paid to employees. thanks for sharing.



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