The 2020 Form W-4 Received a Facelift

December 11th, 2019
In The News, Payroll Management, Tax Administration

By Laurey West, SHRM-CP

Director of Operations

The Internal Revenue Service has released the 2020 Form W-4 with a new design that is supposed to reduce the form’s complexity.  New hires and employees making tax changes after January 1, 2020 will need to complete this form.   Employees who have submitted a Form W-4 previously do not have to complete this new document.

I wanted to provide you with some helpful tools related to the new Form W-4 so you are ready to assist employees with questions based on the new look.  Please visit the following websites for additional tools:

This website has some excellent tools to help educate your managers and employees on how to complete the revised document:

Make sure to check out the new version as the new W-4 is very different from prior versions.

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