Forms should be turned in to the Payroll Dept. at 530 W. Reynolds.
Opt-out of Paper and Get Your W-2 Electronically - Deadline January 18
NOTE: If you opted out of a paper copy of your W-2 last year, your choice will remain active for the current year. Go Green! The Payroll Department is offering all active employees with the opportunity to forgo a paper W-2 and access this form electronically through the Absence Manager on the Intranet by completing the electronic consent. To opt out of a paper copy, please log on to the District Intranet, click on "Payroll Information" to the left,then "W2" in the top menu. For additional security, you are required to re-enter your password. Once password is accepted there will be a section for opting out of the paper W-2. Check the box and click the "Update Opt-out Setting" button. To Opt-in, uncheck the box and click the button. Do not try to pick 2015 in the drop down for the downloading the W-2 as it is not yet available. Some advantages of receiving your W-2 electronically include: Electronic W-2 Forms are available online 24 hours per day, 7 days per week Saving on paper and postage costs Earlier access Reduced chance of theft or loss Increased participation in the District's green initiative.
The deadline for opting out of a paper copy of your 2016 W-2 is January 16th. Once the election to discontinue paper is invoked, this will apply to W-2 forms for the current calendar year and all future years or until the employee elects to revert back to paper using the same tool. Call the Payroll Department at 525-3003 to sign up for online viewing of your paycheck.
If you are an employee, the Withholding Calculator can help you determine whether you need to give your employer a new Form W-4, Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate to avoid having too much or too little Federal income tax withheld from your pay. You can use your results from the calculator to help fill out the form.
Who Can Benefit From The Withholding Calculator?
Employees who would like to change their withholding to reduce their tax refund or their balance due;
Employees whose situations are only approximated by the worksheets on the paper W-4 (e.g., anyone with concurrent jobs, or couples in which both are employed; those entitled to file as Head of Household; and those with several children eligible for the Child Tax Credit);
Employees with non-wage income in excess of their adjustments and deductions, who would prefer to have tax on that income withheld from their paychecks rather than make periodic separate payments through the estimated tax procedures.