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Workers comp w2's
#1
Im not sure if this would be the right section to post this in and I apologize if it isnt, but I was wondering if anyone knows if its possible to obtain your workers comp w2's online? Not sure if it helps, but I live in Ohio. Thank you everyone!
 
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#2
you do not need a w2 for WC it is tax free
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#3
Yes it is tax free, but I too am in O-H-I-O, and my employer continued paying me. They were then reimbursed via BWC. My W-2 shows my wages, not the amount paid via BWC. So what do I do now?
 
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#4
I did this with an injury in '04. My employer paid me and I reimbursed them each time I rec'd a WC check.....it is still not taxable. If your employer sent you a W2 you have the monies paid back to them which counteracts the income.
 
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#5
How confusing.
 
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#6
Did the employer hold out taxes or was the TOTAL amount refunded back to the employer?
 
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#7
Toungue 
Wink To do my taxes this year, I had to fill out a 1099 form.
They figured out my SSD and monies from WC also.
Don't know if this helps, but it is all I gotSmile Big Grin Bernie
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#8
I keep getting paid as normal. Taxes are taken out. I recieve NO wc checks, they pay my employer directly for the time I am off. My W-2 shows my total income, but does not account for the money paid by wc. I was just wondering do I get a letter stating how much was wc, and deduct it from my wages?
 
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#9
Absolutely. Talk to an account......Although I was taxed by my employer I didn't file a tax return because they were reimbursed.
 
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