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Alissa-schwieger
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My husband worked a part time 2nd job for a couple months and made under $350.00. He received a W-2 but no federal income tax was withheld - do we need to include it?

Do I need to include the W-2 in our taxes?  I thought the limit was $600. 

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AnnS7
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My husband worked a part time 2nd job for a couple months and made under $350.00. He received a W-2 but no federal income tax was withheld - do we need to include it?

Yes, you need to include the W-2 on your taxes.

To aid with compliance, the IRS also receives copies of those tax forms. If you fail to report a W-2, the IRS will know since it already has its own copy. If you file a tax return without a W-2 you received, your information will not match the records the IRS has. In the case of a form such as a W-2 or a 1099-R, this will usually result in the IRS sending you a letter requesting the omitted form.

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