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Is it illegal to file single 0 when married on W-4?
Asked in Income Taxes
Do you need to change your w4 filing status when you get married?
How do you fill out your income tax form so that you get the most money taken out of your check and have the least money owed when you file your taxes?
If you work for an employer and receive a W2 at the end of the year, you need to adjust your W4 (that is the form you should have filed out before you were employed). You need to put that you are SINGLE where the choices are married or single. The number of allowences you should report is 0. This will put you at the maximum withholding rate. You may also elect to have an extra amount of money withheld from your pay each pay period. This would be a set dollar amount (that you decide) also reported to your employer on a W4. There is a W4 pdf on the IRS website that will allow you to make the correct entries, and print the completed form. You will then need to turn that form into your empoyer so your payroll files can be adjusted accordingly.
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How much should you withold on your w4?
if you claim zero on your w4, they will take the most taxes out of you. If you have dependents and you add them on when you do your income taxes, you will get that money back. even if it is just you, you should claim zero instead of one, then at income tax time you will not have to pay in, you should get back what you overpaid instead. The more dependents you put on your w4, the less taxes they will take out of your check, but at income tax time, if they did not take out enough you will have to pay in. And like me, if you like a big, big check all at once you want to claim zero, its like a way of saving money, and you get the money back at income tax time to do something big with.