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tam78
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New Jersey Disability

my employer did not include my NJ disability on my W-2, so I have to manually enter it. I understand to enter it as 3rd party sick pay, per your answers,  but what is the code ? O do I just add this income to the income listed on my W-2?

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New Jersey Disability

Did you get a 1099-G for it instead?  If not, ask your employer to provide a corrected W-2.
tam78
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New Jersey Disability

no 1099, no W-2 that includes disability. Employer is not responding to my requests. I have the figures from the state but not sure on how to proceed.

New Jersey Disability

Do not edit the W-2 yourself. The IRS gets a copy and will just change it back.

Ask your employer to provide you (and the IRS) with a corrected W-2.

https://www.nj.gov/labor/roles/empupdte/TaxReporting.html

New Jersey Disability

what, if employer ask for around $300 for new W-2, to update New Jersey temp. Disability income into already issued W-2? Is there any other way. to report this income while filling federal tax, without updating W-2?

TomK100
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New Jersey Disability

The employer is required by law to provide accurate tax documents for themselves and their employees.  What it boils down to is that you can call the IRS at 800-829-1040 and have them issue a W-2 complaint to the employer.  The IRS will send a letter requiring that they reissue a correct W-2 within 10 days with a penalty for failure to comply.  The IRS will also send you a letter and a form 4852 which you fill out with the correct information if the employer still fails to comply.  Form 4852 is a substitute for a W-2 used by you to provide necessary tax info.  You'd also attach the incorrect W-2 and a notation as to what part is incorrect.

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