about w-2 and taxes

1 Answers. Asked on Feb 03rd, 2016 on Taxation - New Jersey
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hi, on my w-2 total income is 16 000.00$, but my owner paid for federal taxes only 30.00$. What should i do?
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Answered on Feb 04th, 2016 at 3:36 AM

You should work with your employer and the IRS on the tax issue. You will owe little or no taxes. Ed Dimon

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