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Lucky1
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I got supplemental bonus for travel and 40% tax was withheld. My W2 doesn't show the supplemental income or taxes withheld. Do employer provide this in W2 or any form?

I received my supplemental bonus as air tickets for travel to my home country. My 40% taxes were withheld. Now I received my W2 which doesn't include my supplemental income or 40% taxes withheld. Do employer provide this information in W2 or any other form? Also wanted to know if the taxes are 40% for supplemental income?

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TaxGuyBill
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I got supplemental bonus for travel and 40% tax was withheld. My W2 doesn't show the supplemental income or taxes withheld. Do employer provide this in W2 or any form?

The 'bonus' and the withheld taxes are required to be added to your W-2.

If it is not included on your W-2, you need to discuss it with your employer to have them send you a corrected W-2.


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TaxGuyBill
Level 9

I got supplemental bonus for travel and 40% tax was withheld. My W2 doesn't show the supplemental income or taxes withheld. Do employer provide this in W2 or any form?

The 'bonus' and the withheld taxes are required to be added to your W-2.

If it is not included on your W-2, you need to discuss it with your employer to have them send you a corrected W-2.


Lucky1
New Member

I got supplemental bonus for travel and 40% tax was withheld. My W2 doesn't show the supplemental income or taxes withheld. Do employer provide this in W2 or any form?

How about the tax percent on supplemental income. Is it 40%?
TaxGuyBill
Level 9

I got supplemental bonus for travel and 40% tax was withheld. My W2 doesn't show the supplemental income or taxes withheld. Do employer provide this in W2 or any form?

The amount your employer withheld can vary, but on your actual tax return, it is taxed at your regular tax rate.

So if you are in the 25% tax bracket, it would be taxed at 25%.  However, it is also subject to State taxes (whatever your State tax rate is) and your employer already withheld the Social Security and Medicare taxes (up to 7.65% total).
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