It is true that the Social Security Administration (SSA) released standards this year for printing 2D barcodes on Forms W-2 and W-3. It is also true that the IRS released alternative versions of Forms W-2 and W-3 to support the 2D barcode. So why might you receive a W-2 from a taxpayer with no 2D barcode? Here are 2 reasons why:
The IRS issued notice 2011-11, which will allow certain tax preparers who have applied to register or obtain a PTIN, to file tax returns using either their old PTIN or their SSN until they receive a response on their application. The notice indicates that these preparers will receive instructions from the on-line application process on how to proceed.
Himes’s story begins when she was a high-school student in West Virginia. She enjoyed serving others and was good with numbers, so it made sense that her dream was to someday become an accountant.
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