I know, I'm a goof - but when I did them last week, I just wanted them gone. So I bundled them into an envelope, licked and stamped (opened again because I forgot to sign - did I mention I'm a goof?) and then sentI realized yesterday that I forgot to enclose my W2s do I 1) send seperate, no copy of taxes2) Dont send, dont worry - keep handy in case of an audit.3) Panic, call IRS and find out how to send4) send with copy of tax formsMy taxes are fairly straight forward. Salary, ROTH IRA and a few other investments. HELP!
I would not recommend filing another return or sending in the W-2's.Just have them on hand.You will probably get a letter from the IRS stating that you did not include your W-2's and requesting them. When that letter comes, return the letter with the W-2.Mike Lynch
Just have them on hand.I'll go you one better: I forgot to enclosed *all* of our various tax statements (W2s, brokerage interest, student loan interest, mortgage int., etc.).Should I also sit back and wait for the letters of request to pour in, or should I do something else since I managed to leave out virtually everything except the actual return and the check?Argh!
You don't need to enclose statements from your mortgage co., banks, brokers, etc. The IRS gets all that info directly from the source. Keep those copies in your records for yourself. You just need to include your W-2. So you didn't leave out at much as you thought you did!
Generally, the only items you need to attach to your return are W-2's (always) and other items (such as 1099's) IF they show income tax withheld.Mike Lynch
Well, it's good to know I'm not the bumbler I thought I was.I think I'll give the IRS hotline a call anyway just to see what they say.Thanks, all...
Thanks! Unfortunetly this is probably going to slow my refund isnt it :-(
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