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Wilkes-Barre, PA 18E-Filing Note: If you use certified mail to file, changes the ZIP code to18. No. 10117S Administration (SSA). All Use a Form W-3SS even if only one paper Copy 1 of Form W-3SS and Form(s) W-2AS, W-2CM, W-2GU, or W-2VI show the SSA strongly suggests employers report Form(s) W-3SS at the SSA address of PO Box 71282, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18 or at the address of Box 71358, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18, depending on the business location. Or, use a Form W-3SS and Form(s) W-2AS, W-2CM, W-2GU, or W-2VI at Box 71268, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18 or Box 71359, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18. No. 10117S Administration (SSA). All Use a Form W-3SS even if only one paper Copy 1 of Form W-3SS and Form(s) W-2AS, W-2CM, W-2GU, or W-2VI show the SSA strongly recommends employers report Form(s) W-3SS and Form(s) Guam at the SSA address of PO Box 71282, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18, or PO Box 71358, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18 depending on the business location. Or use a Form W-3SS and Form(s) W-2AS, W-2CM, W-2GU, or W-2VI at Box 71268, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18 or Box 71359, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18. All W-2AS, H-2B, W, J-1, and M-1V is being filed.

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What is the purpose of Form W-3SS?
The purpose of the Form W-3SS is to provide employers with the necessary information to make employment decisions based upon a worker's eligibility to work. The information provided on this form is necessary to determine, where applicable, whether workers are eligible to work in the United States under a particular statute, and to determine, where appropriate, the appropriate employer's duty to consider the applicable statute in determining the type of worker's wages. For certain statutes relating to aliens and their sponsors, information from another form (such as Form W-2 or Form W-4) is also needed. If Form W-3SS is filed only for employers' employees, Form W-4 must be filed with and paid by the employer. The form provides employment eligibility information on behalf of the employer and not on behalf of the worker. For example, even if all information on Form W-3SS is on the worker's behalf, the employee must file Form W-4 with and pay it to his employer to request benefits under the provisions of the Act. In general, Form W-3SS is not applicable for any worker who has filed Form M-2E, Certificate of Eligibility or a similar paper form that claims an individual who is not eligible to work in the United States was legally present in the United States on May 3, 2018. Forms M-2E, M-2F, and M-2G are examples of an individual who is legally present in the United States for any purpose by the end of the month preceding May 3, 2018. The worker has filed a paper Form M-2E for any tax period in which a Form M-2E, Certificate of Eligibility or similar paper was filed by him. These forms are for use only by the worker and not for use by the employer or the IRS as proof of compliance with immigration laws. There are no Form M-2E claims filed by the worker because his Form M-2E was filed by the employer. The worker is not eligible for an exemption from income taxation on the amount of social security and Medicare taxes withheld. For more information, go to Publication 15 (Circular E). For the purpose of determining who is eligible to work in the United States under a particular statute, the following information is needed for workers on approved Form W-3SS: The employee's age; The date of birth; and The name of the employer.
Who should complete Form W-3SS?
Who is entitled to claim benefits under an eligible retirement plan? To make a claim for coverage under a 401(k), 403(b), or other retirement plan, you must have at least 50,000 or a total household income of 113,700 or less. To make a claim for coverage under a Roth IRA, 457 pension plans, or annuity the 50,000 or 113,700 requirements is reduced by any “qualified distributions” from that IRA, 457 plans, or annuity taken within the 5-12 year period ending June 30 of the tax year in order to be eligible to make a claim. If you have been declared bankrupt or declared a permanent UIL (Unemployed Independent Living Fund) at any time between January 1, 2015, and the time of your filing, and if the sum of your annual income from all sources (including earnings), and the amount of your total net investment income from all sources (including the sale or exchange of an interest in any passive property) in the calendar year prior to bankruptcy is up to 70,750, you may be eligible for medical treatment, prescription drugs, rehabilitative care, or both. The amount of your income may exceed the 70,750 limit. To claim the medical benefits above, you must complete Form W-4 (Medical Benefits Information). You must also furnish your Social Security identification number or a statement from your Social Security representative which gives you authority to do so, if you do not already have one. Who is required to file Form W-4? All individuals who worked for you in your capacity as a bona fide employer within the meaning of Section 3(2)(A) or (B)(ii) of the W-2 Act may file Form W-4. Employees covered under an exempt organization's wage and hour regulations are not permitted to file Form W-4. All other individuals covered by a retirement plan must file Form W-4.
When do I need to complete Form W-3SS?
You must complete Form W-3SS on or before the due date of Form W-2. The due date of Form W-2 is generally the 10th day after your employment termination. This does not mean you must submit a Form W-3SS on each day you have worked. If you are still working on a full-time, on-call position, you may not complete a form until you have received the completed form from your employer. On-call employees who do not complete the W-3SS by the due date of Form W-2 are considered on furlough when they are not scheduled to be paid for that week. When should I return my completed W-3SS? Use Form W-2SS to file a withdrawal request for the pay you received during your time off. If you withdraw voluntarily, you may receive a return of your pay if you are paid weekly or biweekly. If you use the Form W-3SS to request unpaid leave, make sure you provide your entire mailing address when you send in your request. Your request must include your date of employment for your last paycheck date. For additional information about submitting a W-3SS request online, visit or contact your human resources department. What if I am eligible for pay with an employer plan and I stop working? If you stop working while on-call status, you do not receive your full paycheck unless you have paid the plan during the applicable time period. On-call employees who stop work, even for a short time, so they can do an extended medical appointment, do not receive a full pay check. If I stop working when on-call, does it affect my eligibility to receive partial earnings benefits under a plan? When you stop working while on-call for a noncompensable reason, you become eligible to receive a partial payment to your health benefits through your health plan (i.e., a health reimbursement arrangement). The payment is based on the value of the plan premium. You receive this reduced payment as long as your on-call status continues. If you are not paid the reduced amount when you stop working, you will be considered on furlough based on the unpaid leave you received. If I stop working while on-call, will I be eligible to receive the full pay earned while on unpaid service? No.
Can I create my own Form W-3SS?
Yes, you can create your own W-3SS form. What information can I enter into the Form W-3SS? The information you enter into your Form W-3SS must be: identify accurate sufficiently related to the work or project to which your application relates What happens if I apply for an HND and I can't or do the work? If you are denied or the HND application is turned down, you need to send a written appeal letter to your local W1 representative. If you have not yet decided whether to apply for the SAD or to do an HND, it is best to send the appeal letter to the NACRE W1 Representative within 60 days. If you choose to apply for the SAD, and NACRE does not make you a SAD recipient, your application becomes a priority review and is forwarded to the HND. Once it is decided, the HND processing can begin immediately, even if NACRE does not make you a SAD recipient. If I am denied, who takes credit for what I did in the application process, and what is the NACRE policy regarding credits and credits that are not earned? The NACRE W9 representative takes credit for work already completed in the application process, regardless if the project is SAD or HND. If a project was HND, but you have not yet chosen if and when to apply for an SAD, you will receive an appeal letter with more information in it. If I receive two or more appeals, how will NACRE resolve the applications? The first appeal will be considered for appeal by NACRE. If the project was both SAD and HND, the HND representative will work towards completing the project in the SAD. Once the SAD is completed, the applicant is eligible to apply for the SAD and receive credit for work already completed. What are the types of W1 positions, and how did that come about? The W1 position is a type of position where there is less job mobility and is typically held by a professional (doctor, lawyer, lawyer, or business person) and a technician (technicians typically work for other corporations). There are three tiers of W1 positions and each tier has several levels.
What should I do with Form W-3SS when it’s complete?
When a Form W-3SS is completed, you should mail it back to the IRS with a letter that explains the reasons for making the change. This letter must be mailed to the address on the taxpayer's 1040 form where it was received. A copy of the letter is also important because the IRS may ask you to answer questions about why your form was completed. I received Form W-3 in error. How can I correct a wrong? Check with the IRS at. The Form W-3SS is an electronic filing service. To correct your filing, you will need to upload the Form W-3SS online. If your tax return was filed online, the IRS will take the appropriate action. If you filed your return during paper filing, you may complete a “paperless filing” (PFL) form. If you are filing Form 1040-ES, Form 1040-ES-EZ, or Form 1040-ESN using Form 1040ES, use the correct form online. It cannot be any other form without an amendment. I filed on paper and received my return electronically. How can I correct my FAFSA? Make sure you are entering correct information on your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Do not attempt to upload the wrong file or provide the wrong information. Enter accurate information or provide the correct information and the IRS will correct the file. The following forms are electronically filed: Form 1098 from an employer to report an increase in employee's income Form 886-A from an employer to report an increase in the employee's wages Form 1098-T from an individual or the individual's employer to report an increase in the individual's income Pay stubs and Form W-2G from an employer to report a change in employee's employer-provided services Form 9908, Notice of Federal Tax Change and Instructions for Payment of Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) Form W-2G from an employer to report an increase in the employee's wages You must enter the correct information on FAFSA before the deadline. FAFSA does not include Form W-3SS, if completed. The IRS does not keep track of what form of Form 1099 is received from any person, organization, or corporation when making a financial transaction.
How do I get my Form W-3SS?
In some cases, an employee may have received a Form W-3SS electronically via electronic mail or a delivery of W-3 information. The electronic service must specify the time that the Form W-3SS was generated. Once a Form W-3SS is issued electronically, it may be available from the IRS website and, depending on where you live, from any state government website. I used a payment instrument other than a check or money order to pay employees and I received a W-3SS. How do I get it? Generally, employees who have received a W-3SS should apply the information received from the payment instrument to the Forms W-3 and pay stubs required by the IRS, if filing their taxes in person. However, certain W-3SS payment instruments cannot be used to cover the amount of compensation required to be reported on the Form W-3SS, as long as the payment instrument does not include a deduction for taxes withheld by a third party or a credit allowed against the employee's withholding. Additionally, a Form W-3SS issued by electronic mail to a recipient who does not have the ability to receive this form through electronic mail may be used only for the employee's payment for taxes as a percentage of the total employee compensation, if reporting is required by the employee or a third party paying the employee's wages and if the payment instrument includes a deduction for taxes withheld by a third party or a credit allowing against the employee's withholding. If you pay employees electronically with a payment instrument including a reducibility for taxes withheld by the third party, and you use this form to report the employee's compensation, you are reporting to the IRS the employee's actual withholding rate or the total employee compensation actually paid by the third party. If you used a payment instrument other than a check or money order, or the payment instrument does not include a deduction for taxes withheld by a third party, you should file the employee's Form W-4 and any Forms W-1 and W-2 for the specific pay period in which the Form W-3SS was issued and file a separate Form 1099 at the end of this work period. The Form 1099 must be received by the employer at least 10 days before the end of this work period. You may elect to be treated as having filed a return and to deduct a filing fee.
What documents do I need to attach to my Form W-3SS?
For a complete listing of those documents, see Forms and Publications. What should I do if my employer requests additional documents or information? In some cases, your employer might ask you to provide additional information. If your employer asks to see these documents, you must follow instructions for completing your W-4 with the appropriate documents and information that is specific to you. See Processing Instructions. If you are using a self-service process, you should check with the IRS before submitting your W-4 application for assistance. In most situations, you will be given the option to return to the IRS page that explains the self-service process and provide additional information. If you are unable to do so, you must complete your W-4 using the required information. For more information about submitting your W-4, visit Publication 925. Can I change the information that is included on my Form W-4 by submitting a new or different form? While the IRS does not require individuals to complete additional information forms on a form they are filing, IRS does recommend that taxpayers change the information they give the IRS. If you do so, you must continue to use an updated Form W-4. If you change the information by adding or removing items, use Form W-3SS. These forms may be provided by the agency that issued your original form. For more information, see Processing Instructions. If I'm filing a joint tax return, do I need to complete and attach the form, Form W-4, and any documents my spouse or child(men) has listed on an original Form W-4? For any Form W-4 that would cover each employee/contractor of mine, see Instructions for Form W-4, Personal Tax Information Return for Tax Year 2015. If I've received the Forms W-2 and W-3, do I need to file Forms W-2 and W-3 if I filed or accepted 100,000 from myself or more than 600,000 from an employer? Generally, no. You may file one form, Form W-2, with the IRS for each person named on the form. As a result, if you received: Forms W-2 and W-3 (including payment information on Forms W-3), you must file them. Form W-4 has no instructions on its own, but it is used by your IRS return preparer when you complete your Form 1040.
What are the different types of Form W-3SS?
Form W-3SS is an electronic signature, but this form consists of many types of documentation that must be submitted separately. The two major types of Form W-3SS documentation are: Pay stubs (not your most current paycheck)? Submit a copy of a copy of your most recent pay stub. Your most recent pay stub? Submit a copy of a pay stub showing your wage information for the last 12 months. A Pay stub is used by employers to document the wages you have received. You usually submit a copy of your pay stub when you get a raise, make a change to your pay (like a promotion), or receive your last paycheck for the year. If you receive a raise of 10% or more, you would submit both a Form W-3 and your pay stub. Your income and earnings over the previous week and your pay over the preceding 12 months must be clearly shown on this form. If an employer sends you an automatic payroll deduction form (like a W-9), then there is a separate form W-3SS. However, if you work a regular 9-5 job that the employer does not provide pay stubs for, then you should submit a paycheck stub along with this form. What is a Form W-3SS? Form W-3SS is a form that your employer must mail to you during the first 90 days of employment. It tells you about your wage and hour rights. This is one of only two types of employment documents a worker is required to keep. However, there are other employment documents employers can request, such as: Your resume Pay stubs A certificate of separation from employment Other records A copy of any forms the employer has received from the state or federal government, if there is a dispute about a worker's right to compensation Your employer must: Send you Form W-3SS within five days of your termination Mail the form to the address you gave to the employer, unless you give them a new address The deadline is five days from the date you receive your Form W-3SS What is a Form W-3? The second type of form your employer must mail you are your W-3. The Form W-3 you receive by mail is different from the Form W-3SS. That Form W-3SS tells you about your rights and obligations.
How many people fill out Form W-3SS each year?
Form W-3SS is a monthly taxpayer identification number that the IRS sends to businesses to keep track of individual employee payroll taxes. The information in the form is used to: Establish payroll tax liability for the IRS, which will enable the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to be entered on Form W-4, and Provide employers with general payroll information that will guide the taxpayer's refund request. The IRS is responsible for issuing 10,000 W-3SS each year.
Is there a due date for Form W-3SS?
The due date for Form W-3SS for 2017 is April 17, 2018. What is a “Qualified Small Business” and when can a small business (SBA) file Form W-3SS in 2017? The term “Qualified Small Business” is used by the IRS to describe a firm with at least 50 full-time employees. In order to be considered a “Qualified Small Business,” a firm must provide the same level of business activity as a small business in the small business section: Finance and insurance operations that generate over 1 million in revenues annually; Finance and insurance operations that have an owner or partner who has not had a self-employment income tax return filed for at least the two years before the date of filing the Form W-3SS application; Business that generate more than 1 million in annual revenues; Business that has an owner or partner that has not applied for a 1099-MISC; and Firm that meets the same minimum net worth requirements as a small business in the small business section as indicated below. The requirements for filing under the IRS Code are based on gross receipts, total assets, and net worth, but not including the income earned from the firm's business or a trust, as described in the IRS Publication 515, Business Expenses, and the Internal Revenue Code. Firm's gross sales for 2017 and earlier: Year Gross sales Firm's net worth Gross payroll Firm's net worth Net assets Firm's net worth 2016 1,300,000 1,320,000 300,000 2,500 3,400, 2,800,000 2,880,000 600,000 4,100 4,880 on 10/31/18 Income earned after tax on gross sales, net worth, or assets as determined prior to the due date of the Form W-3SS application in an earlier year is deemed income earned by the firm for the year in the small business section. What is a “Partnership” and when can an SBA file Form W-3SS in 2017? A partnership is a firm with at least two or more individual partners.
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