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  1. #1
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    Mar 2005

    Default Getting an Early W-2

    a while back I found a law that says when employment is terminated (by either party), the employee has the right to request their w2 form, and that if they choose to exercise their right to ask for it, that the employer would have to provide it within 30 days instead of waiting until January of the next year. do you know if this is an IRS rule or a FL rule? I can't find it again, and it may belong to another state. but I figured I'd ask you and see if you knew.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2005

    Default Early W-2 following termination of employment

    I have never heard of such a rule. Employer instructions for completing and filing a W-2 form can be reviewed here. You can, of course, make a free inquiry directly with the IRS.

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