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Enter 0 or 1 on a W-4 form to have more money withheld?


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2008-12-13 12:22:58
2008-12-13 12:22:58

The fewer exemptions you claim on your W-4, the more income tax will be withheld from your pay. Therefore, 0 exemptions will cause more withholding the 1 exemption.

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If you claim one (1) dependent (yourself) on your W4 form you will get more money in your paycheck, and less will be withheld as part of tax withholding. Some people end up having to pay money to the Government at tax time because not enough was withheld during the year. Those people sometimes choose to claim zero (0) dependents on their W4 so that more money will be withheld during the year and they will have less to pay at tax time.

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Very likely not - epending on when nyou filed and when the money was withheld...the refund is because you had more money than needed withheld from your paycheck and pu in (essentially) a savings account at the IRS to pay your eventual liability. This money, earned and saved pre-filing, had you not had it put aside (or had you correctly estimated and completed the W-4 so the right amount was withheld), would have been available to pay the creditors. You know, you could literally have had 100% of your pay withheld....think it makes sense youc could get and keep it after filing BK?

When your tax liability, (the amount owed), is more than your tax withheld, (the amount paid to IRS), it means you owe the IRS money. Instead of receiving a refund, you will have to pay.

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Same as with one, except you'll enter the different W-2s seperatly and they combine in the income and withheld areas.

The amount that is withheld depends on the marital status and the number of withholding allowances you put down on your W-4 form. A person who checks the "single" box on the W-4 form will have more withheld than a person who checks the "married" box if they both claim the same number of withholding allowances. If they claim a different number of withholding allowances, there is nothing that can be said about who will have more withheld. Remember that the amount withheld does not represent the actual amount of tax you owe. That is determined when you fill out your Form 1040 at the end of the year. If the married person has a spouse who earns the same or more than the he/she does and the couple does not have a lot more deductions than the single person, the married person may find themselves owing a lot more tax than the single person does. Of course the married person could owe a lot less tax if the person has a non-working or low-earning spouse or a lot more deductions.

You can enter data using the input type of the form. It can be either text or textbox depending on usage.

Is where you owe more money

a record of the annual tax contributions made by an individual

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I have had the truth withheld from me. The person who withheld the truth did not come clean, I discovered it by accident. I find it harder to know the truth was withheld (vs outright lying). I am confused. Do I really now know the whole truth now or is there more being withheld? If he withheld once, what's to say he isn't still withholding more? There is no resolution. I will always wonder. To withhold truth is taking away someone's options. You are designing the outcome of the situation by steering them with incomplete information. This is selfish.

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When you have one employer the amount of FICA for your social security would stop once your wages with the withheld social security amount reach 106800 and social security amount withheld would be 6621.60 If you have more than one employer and your combined wages reported on your W-2 are more than the 106800 amount and your the withheld social security amount is more than the 6621.60 then you would get a tax credit for the amount that is over the 6621.60 on your federal income tax return.

You do NOT have any amount that is withheld from your net take home paycheck after it is issued to you. The amount that is withheld is calculated on your gross earnings for the pay period and is a advance payment of your possible future income tax liability. After your income tax return is completed correctly and IF the amount that is withheld is more than your federal or state income liability then you will receive a refund of the over withheld amount.

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If you are an employee anywhere, your taxes are withheld from your paycheck. If you do not have any taxes withheld, check the official Internal Revenue Service website on how to pay an estimated tax.

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you simply are having more withheld each paycheck with less chance that you will owe money at the end of the year to the IRS. My husband and I chose to do this after having to pay money last year for the first time ever after doing our taxes.

You seem really lost. Do you mean tax REFUND? If that's what you're looking for you need to SUBTRACT the tax you owe from the taxes you have had withheld over the calendar year. Of course, if the tax you owe is larger than the taxes you have had withheld, you need to send more money to the IRS and maybe even pay a penalty charge.

Much less making less money. About 50% of the people in the United States pay no income tax at all, and a large percentage of them actually get money back in the form of a earned income credit.

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