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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing 8850 Form Withholding

Instructions and Help about 8850 Form Withholding

Any guidance provided by DCH related to the completion of income tax withholding forms should not be considered professional tax or legal advice. If you have questions or concerns, you should consult a tax professional. It is important that you complete tax withholding forms as accurately as possible to ensure that the proper amount is withheld from your wages. Failure to have the correct amount withheld may result in additional taxes and penalties at the time you file your income taxes, as required by law. Be sure to review your first few paycheck stubs closely to ensure that your withholdings are as you want them to be. You may adjust your withholdings at any time by completing a new withholding form. In line A, please enter your first name and middle initial. In line B, please enter your last name. In line C, you will enter your social security number, and in line D, you will enter your home address. In line 8, please enter your city, state, and zip code. For line F, this is how you claim yourself and your spouse. You will mark either single, married, or married but withholding at a higher single rate. In line G or line 5, you will enter the total number of allowances you're claiming during the year. This is normally a number between 0 and 9, representing the number of dependents you would like to claim throughout the year. Please note that you can change this at any time. In line H or line 6, if you wish to have an additional dollar amount deducted from your paycheck in addition to the amount already deducted by your elections, you will enter the dollar amount you wish to be deducted. Please note that this is an optional deduction and you do...