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Why am I owing anything on my taxes?

I worked a full time job, and part time at an employer. And according to turbo Tax because my part time job didn't withhold any federal tax now I'm stuck with paying? How is this my fault. Why should I have to pay at all when this wasn't my problem?
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Why am I owing anything on my taxes?

Did you get a W2 or 1099NEC from the part time employer?  Sorry when you have 2 or more jobs you pay more income tax on them combined.  Your full time job withholding wasn't enough to cover the tax on all your income.  You needed to have more withholding from the first job or from the second job. Yes it was you fault.  

Why am I owing anything on my taxes?

Yes I did receive a w2 from both. I still don't see how im at fault as my employer was the one who set up the payment for paychecks. Not me. I'm just trying to make it make sense because I didn't elect to withhold anything from either job.

Why am I owing anything on my taxes?

You need to have withholding from both jobs or more from the full time job.  You need to give your employers each a new W4. Or you should be sending in estimated payments to cover the tax.  Next year W4 estimator

https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/calculators/w4/

 

Here is the W4 form

https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw4.pdf

 

 

 

 

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