topic Two W2 from same employer for two states with different entries in box 1 and onwards. How to enter in Turbo tax? in Get your taxes done using TurboTax https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/two-w2-from-same-employer-for-two-states-with-different-entries-in-box-1-and-onwards-how-to-enter-in/01/441899#M181695 <P>I have two W2 from same employer for work done in two states. Both W2 have different entries in box 1-6 except the one from PA has additional state and city taxes in Box 15-20. How do I enter these W2's. Do I need to enter both W2 separately or do I need to sum the entries in Box 1-6 and then enter the cumulative value as one W2.&nbsp;</P> Tue, 04 Jun 2019 22:24:48 GMT rmalik59 2019-06-04T22:24:48Z Two W2 from same employer for two states with different entries in box 1 and onwards. How to enter in Turbo tax? https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/two-w2-from-same-employer-for-two-states-with-different-entries-in-box-1-and-onwards-how-to-enter-in/01/441899#M181695 <P>I have two W2 from same employer for work done in two states. Both W2 have different entries in box 1-6 except the one from PA has additional state and city taxes in Box 15-20. How do I enter these W2's. Do I need to enter both W2 separately or do I need to sum the entries in Box 1-6 and then enter the cumulative value as one W2.&nbsp;</P> Tue, 04 Jun 2019 22:24:48 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/two-w2-from-same-employer-for-two-states-with-different-entries-in-box-1-and-onwards-how-to-enter-in/01/441899#M181695 rmalik59 2019-06-04T22:24:48Z If boxes 1-6 are different on each form, treat them as tw... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/if-boxes-1-6-are-different-on-each-form-treat-them-as-tw/01/441908#M181700 <P>If boxes 1-6 are different on each form,&nbsp;<I><B>treat them as two separate W2 forms</B></I><B></B>.&nbsp; If you add the two box 1 amounts up, this should be very close to what was originally reported to you on your final pay stubs.&nbsp;&nbsp;</P><P>It happens from time to time, for example, that a company may change its payroll company.&nbsp; When they do, two separate Forms W2 get issued from each payroll processor.&nbsp; This may also have been the case for working in two separate states, and your employer/payroller decided to report it this way.&nbsp; Either way, enter them separately because the two amounts should combine to reach your final wage total.</P> Tue, 04 Jun 2019 22:24:49 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/if-boxes-1-6-are-different-on-each-form-treat-them-as-tw/01/441908#M181700 DanielV01 2019-06-04T22:24:49Z
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