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Last year I started a new job and resigned from my previous one in June. I have received my W2 from my current employer(new job) but have not from my previous(old job) employer. Should I wait until I

receive both W2 to file for my returns?
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Last year I started a new job and resigned from my previous one in June. I have received my W2 from my current employer(new job) but have not from my previous(old job) employer. Should I wait until I

Yes, I would recommend waiting until you receive all your tax forms before filing.  This will prevent you from having to amend your tax return.

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Last year I started a new job and resigned from my previous one in June. I have received my W2 from my current employer(new job) but have not from my previous(old job) employer. Should I wait until I

Yes, I would recommend waiting until you receive all your tax forms before filing.  This will prevent you from having to amend your tax return.

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