topic W-2C amendment in After you file https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/w-2c-amendment/01/1720870#M442954 <P>hi all,</P><P>I got two w2's for the year 2019 (one was for NJ and other for NY). Out f which one of the W2 doesn't have my middle initials printed. Also, both of the W2's have 2 different addresses. I suspect due to which I received a W2-C form (for the NY one).&nbsp;</P><P>I already filed my taxes and also received refund. What should I do?</P> Tue, 15 Sep 2020 22:30:04 GMT deep 2020-09-15T22:30:04Z W-2C amendment https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/w-2c-amendment/01/1720870#M442954 <P>hi all,</P><P>I got two w2's for the year 2019 (one was for NJ and other for NY). Out f which one of the W2 doesn't have my middle initials printed. Also, both of the W2's have 2 different addresses. I suspect due to which I received a W2-C form (for the NY one).&nbsp;</P><P>I already filed my taxes and also received refund. What should I do?</P> Tue, 15 Sep 2020 22:30:04 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/w-2c-amendment/01/1720870#M442954 deep 2020-09-15T22:30:04Z Re: W-2C amendment https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/re-w-2c-amendment/01/1720891#M442961 <P>Your employer corrected your W-2 for a middle initial?&nbsp; Was the Social Security number correct on the original W-2?&nbsp; The address on the W-2 is irrelevant.&nbsp; People move all the time.&nbsp; What matters is whether the employer used your correct Social Security number and entered the correct amounts for your wages.&nbsp; You do not need to amend for a middle initial or for an address an employer put on a W-2.&nbsp; Relax and enjoy the fact that your tax return was processed and you received your refund.</P> Tue, 15 Sep 2020 23:10:32 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/re-w-2c-amendment/01/1720891#M442961 xmasbaby0 2020-09-15T23:10:32Z Re: W-2C amendment https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/re-w-2c-amendment/01/1720972#M442988 <P>Thanks for replying <LI-USER uid="67938"></LI-USER>. Both the W2's have the same SSN which is there in W2c. One thing I noticed and didn't understand in W2c, is that the SSN number is placed in a box called correct SSN (its the same which is there in both W2's).</P><P>But if I assume that that SSN will not be a problem and also the address and middle initial l as you said, does it mean I need not file for amendment?</P> Wed, 16 Sep 2020 01:51:47 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/re-w-2c-amendment/01/1720972#M442988 deep 2020-09-16T01:51:47Z Re: W-2C amendment https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/re-w-2c-amendment/01/1720977#M442991 <P>No you do not need to amend your tax return for this.&nbsp; You should, however, ALWAYS save your W-2's for your own records, so put those away with the originals you received from the employer in January and save them for yourself.</P> Wed, 16 Sep 2020 01:59:51 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/re-w-2c-amendment/01/1720977#M442991 xmasbaby0 2020-09-16T01:59:51Z Re: W-2C amendment https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/re-w-2c-amendment/01/1720996#M442998 <P>Alrighty <LI-USER uid="67938"></LI-USER>&nbsp;, thanks for your insights on this. I won't be worrying about the W2c amendmnet. And yes I do have the w2 saved in a safe place. Have a good one</P> Wed, 16 Sep 2020 02:21:48 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/after-you-file/discussion/re-w-2c-amendment/01/1720996#M442998 deep 2020-09-16T02:21:48Z
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<P>hi all,</P><P>I got two w2's for the year 2019 (one was for NJ and other for NY). Out f which one of the W2 doesn't have my middle initials printed. Also, both of the W2's have 2 different addresses. I suspect due to which I received a W2-C form (for the NY one).&nbsp;</P><P>I already filed my taxes and also received refund. What should I do?</P>
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<P>hi all,</P><P>I got two w2's for the year 2019 (one was for NJ and other for NY). Out f which one of the W2 doesn't have my middle initials printed. Also, both of the W2's have 2 different addresses. I suspect due to which I received a W2-C form (for the NY one).&nbsp;</P><P>I already filed my taxes and also received refund. What should I do?</P>
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<P>Your employer corrected your W-2 for a middle initial?&nbsp; Was the Social Security number correct on the original W-2?&nbsp; The address on the W-2 is irrelevant.&nbsp; People move all the time.&nbsp; What matters is whether the employer used your correct Social Security number and entered the correct amounts for your wages.&nbsp; You do not need to amend for a middle initial or for an address an employer put on a W-2.&nbsp; Relax and enjoy the fact that your tax return was processed and you received your refund.</P>
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<P>Thanks for replying <LI-USER uid="67938"></LI-USER>. Both the W2's have the same SSN which is there in W2c. One thing I noticed and didn't understand in W2c, is that the SSN number is placed in a box called correct SSN (its the same which is there in both W2's).</P><P>But if I assume that that SSN will not be a problem and also the address and middle initial l as you said, does it mean I need not file for amendment?</P>
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<P>No you do not need to amend your tax return for this.&nbsp; You should, however, ALWAYS save your W-2's for your own records, so put those away with the originals you received from the employer in January and save them for yourself.</P>
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<P>Alrighty <LI-USER uid="67938"></LI-USER>&nbsp;, thanks for your insights on this. I won't be worrying about the W2c amendmnet. And yes I do have the w2 saved in a safe place. Have a good one</P>
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