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W-2

Form W-2 reports earnings and withholdings for an employee of a business. A W-2 form must be provided to the employee (recipient), filed to the Social Security Administration (SSA), and filed to the state agency (where applicable). See the official IRS instructions.

Supported W-2 Forms

We've made it easy to use to file your W-2 forms through Yearli. Simply create a Yearli account, enter or import your data, review, update and validate your data, then checkout. It's that easy. We'll file your forms to the IRS, applicable state agency and send copies to your recipients.

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Pricing reflects estimated cost to file W-2, 1099 & 1095 forms. Price also includes federal e-file, state reporting (where applicable), recipient print and mail.
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W-2 Data Integrations

Yearli seamlessly integrates with popular software packages to easily and quickly import your wage and information reporting data.

  • QuickBooks
  • UKG
  • Auto/Mate
  • Workday®
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Filing Requirements

Must be provided to the SSA, applicable state agency and recipient.

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State

Recipient

When to File

Deadlines and requirements vary by state. Use our deadline calculator for the latest federal, state and recipient deadlines for this filing season.

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Who Files?

Employers must report wages paid to employees, income taxes withheld, Medicare and Social Security taxes and other applicable withholdings for the calendar year.

What to Report?

Wages, tips and other compensation, including vacation allowances, bonuses, severance pay, certain moving expense payments, some kinds of travel allowances

Why File?

The IRS and SSA require that all income is reported by businesses and individuals for tax and benefit purposes. Failure to do so can result in penalties.

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