what does federal withholding exemptions 99 means and single 99

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    Where is it asking or telling you this?  I think it means you should claim 99 exemptions on your W4 at work so they don't take out anywithholding.
    • on my paystub its says federal single99 and state single-99 ,They was suppose to had take out tax nowi think they mess me up because my federal block is zero
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    Yes it means you put down Single and 99 exemptions at work so they didn't take out any withholding.  You need to give them a new W4 to change it.

    To change your withholding at work you need to give your employer a new W4 form. You can ask him for one or Turbo Tax can help you fill it out. Go to
    Federal Taxes Tab or Personal (for H&B version)
    Other Tax Situations
    Other Tax Forms
    Form W-4 and Estimated Taxes - Click the Start or Update button
    (The Free Edition does not include the W-4 or Estimated Taxes, you will have to upgrade)

    Here's the blank W-4 from the IRS….
    http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw4.pdf  

    Here is IRS publication 15.  Starting on page 35 is how to calculate the tax withholding on paychecks.  There is a percentage method or a table….
    http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p15.pdf
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