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Do you need red forms for W2C/W3C

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I made a mistake on a W2 for 2007. I have made the corrections. Do I need to send in the correction on the Red forms? I don't have any.

Tell me I can print this on plain paper and send it? Please???

Tom

Lodi, CA

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O.K. Print it on plain paper and send it.

taxbilly

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Can you efile the corrected W-2? I file through ATX to SSA. The instructions for W-2c state: File Forms W-2c and W-3c electronically by visiting SSA's Employer Reporting Instructions and Information website at www.socialsecurity.gov/employer, selecting "Electronically File Your W-2cs" and logging into "Business Services Online." SSA's "Create Forms W-2c Online" option allows you to create "fill-in" versions of Forms W-2c and Form W-3c for filing with the SSA and to print out copies of the form for filing with state or local governments, distribution to your employees, and for your records.

If you prepared the originals through ATX, you should be able to follow the above instructions. The AccuWage program checks it and allows you to go to SSA.

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If it's a single corrected form, filing it on plain paper should not be a problem, Tom. I've done it before, where there were just two or three forms, and never had a problem with them being accepted.

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Aren't all the W forms just plain paper? We still have to use the red forms 1099 and 1098.

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Aren't all the W forms just plain paper? We still have to use the red forms 1099 and 1098.

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And it must be printed on laser printer.

Rich

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w-2c & w-3c must be printed on laser printer

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Lion is right. W forms go to SSA which can scan forms printed on plain paper. 1099s go the IRS which still can not.

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Thank you all. Appreciate the help.

Tom

Lodi, CA

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