Where is the w2 form?
Check your account. There should be an “W2” there. If it doesn’t, you probably don’t have a W2.
Do I need to register to get my W2?
We don’t have a W2 requirement. The form you use is valid and may be used for any tax year.
Does W2 tax apply to my child tax credit (IEP)?
No. You don’t have to register as a child for tax purposes in order to claim your child tax credit. Your tax information on your child’s W2 must match the information you have on file in the tax return to which it relates. See the sections below on filing as a child and claiming your child tax credit if it is eligible.
Forms to use to obtain a child tax credit (IEP) W2 Form W4 Form
How do I find my tax information?
Your tax information is on an individual income tax return filed on the federal tax return form 1040. Use Form 8283 to contact the IRS.
How do I make my tax info available to IRS?
You may contact your state or local tax office’s tax department. Your state or local tax office has a file number you can use to contact them.
I still want to know my child’s tax information. Can I do that online?
No. You can fill out a paper form. If you have an account, you can use your account number to get your W2. You can also contact your school or child care provider to get your child’s W2 form via the school or care provider site.
Do we get to see all the info on this form?
NO!!! You will see a little “Tax” to the left of it – sign it at this point! You don’t have to keep track of and keep copies!
What does “Tax” mean?
Tax is the tax due due upon issuance of the W2 (child and grandchild) or if there is a child tax credit (IEP) applied (child tax credit). Tax is the amount the IRS determines is due upon filing the return.
Do I still need to provide a W2?
Where is it?
The form in your account.
Can I write my name, address, my child(ren) age, and whether