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Police officer injured pay

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Level 3

Nothing like the last minute folks....officer just dropped off his W2 which shows a full year of wage and withholding along with paperwork from the state saying it is mostly tax free federal and state because he was out injured. Obviously I cant just change his W2 on the spot. Other than sending him back to his employer ( The state-insert emoji here) does anyone have any advise on how to report or not report this W2?

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File an extension .  Then have him work on getting the W-2 corrected.


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I would think the non-taxable portion wouldn't be included on the W2.

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Me too but it isn't. 

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Being "mostly" tax free and "out" injured, seems like you should see a Sick Pay or Paid Leave value. You would not change the W2. Perhaps there was another payor?

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Yup, no 3rd party or sick pay checked. Would never change a w2. Just an expression. 🙂

Thanks fro responding. 

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The injured officers Ive had only have their taxable income reported on the W2, their disability paid by the county isn't included, so Ive never tried to back it out.


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Thank you for your response. The gross wages and withholding are clearly for a full years work even though the officer only worked 2 1/2 mos. 

 

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File an extension .  Then have him work on getting the W-2 corrected.


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Yes, thank you. I'm afraid that is the answer to all this but we are dealing with the Commonwealth of MA. ;-(

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