How do I get W2 from old job?

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How do I get W2 from old job?


Q. What was the standard deduction for 2011?

Standard Deduction Amounts

YearMarried filing jointly and surviving spousesSingle filers

Q. What was the personal exemption in 2012?


Federal Estate and Gift Tax Rates, Exemptions, and Exclusions, 1916-2014

YearEstate Tax ExemptionLifetime Gift Tax Exemption

Q. What is the minimum income to file taxes in 2011?

2011 Minimum Income Requirements to File a Federal Income Tax Return

If your filing status is…AND at the end of 2010 you were…*THEN file a return if your gross income was at least…***
singleunder 65$9,350
65 or older$10,750
married filing jointly***under 65 (both spouses)$18,700
65 or older (one spouse)$19,800

Q. Who has to file a federal tax return?

The very basic and general answer is this: as a filing single or married filing separate person, if your 2020 income did not not equal or exceed the standard deduction limit of $12,400 and you do not owe any special taxes or have any special tax situations that require you to file, you do not need to file.

Q. Can you file taxes with your last pay stub?

No, you cannot file a return using your last pay stub. Your last paycheck stub is not guaranteed to be an accurate statement of your annual earnings, and it could be missing some information that you need to file a full tax return.

Contact the IRS 14, call the IRS at 800-829-1040. Provide the representative with the company’s Employer Identification Number (EIN), which you can find on your old pay stubs or the previous year’s W-2.

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