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Subject: Necessity of W-2? Date: 1/29/2002 9:32 AM
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Greetings,
In the last week of 2001, my wife had a working interview with a potential employer, for which she was paid $120. We have not received a W-2 for this payment and for some reason I suspect we won't. Also, it would be kind of awkward for her to call and ask if he's sending the form. My question is, can I just add this in with my reportable income and include the pay stub as proof?

One other question: I received a 1099 for state retirement plan contributions that I rolled into a rollover IRA when changing jobs. The taxable income is $0. Do I need to send this in with my tax forms?
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