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JVMason1317
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Paid Parental Leave

The company I work for offers 3 weeks paid parental leave for fathers.  The leave is identified in my pay stub as "Parental Leave" but they do not provide a separate 1099.  Is my pay stub sufficient evidence for the state of CA?

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MinhT
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Paid Parental Leave

In your case, the parental leave was paid within your paychecks and reported on your W-2. There will be no separate 1099. Evidence that you received parental leave pay is on your pay stubs.

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MinhT
Expert Alumni

Paid Parental Leave

In your case, the parental leave was paid within your paychecks and reported on your W-2. There will be no separate 1099. Evidence that you received parental leave pay is on your pay stubs.

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peterkmin
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Paid Parental Leave

are the parental leave payments from the employer considered non-taxable income in California (similar to PFL payments received from the EDD)?
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