Sunday, February 21, 2010

Should I Claim Zero Or One If I Am Married How To Fill Out Tax Form W-4?

How to fill out tax form W-4? - should i claim zero or one if i am married

Need to update my W-4 and help. I am married, the woman has not yet work, but looking for a job. We have always put together.
My question is, for better performance, you should even bother to enter information or write me at zero for all boxes # 5? Some people tell me they have exactly zero, while others tell me that I should say, at least in Section A.
At this point, in my situation, my form is as follows: 3 supplements. But what if the change found in a few months ago, when my wife a job? Do I have to change me, then?

I give "1" for me in Section A, when no one claimed me as a burden?
I give "1" in Section B, as my husband does not work
Should I enter "1" in Section Cmy partner?
Other sections do not apply, as described in Section H of the total allocation is 3, the same must give, in box 5


Bash Limpbutt's Oozing Cyst© said...

The set to get married and 3 scholarships will be good for the moment, but once your partner starts to work, you need to change. When the two generally work better than the two words "Married, but withhold at the highest individual sentence, then go down the table in the number of allowances to be calculated (if your income varies), or simply claim 1 allowance each (if your incomes are similar).

If you are reasonably sure that your spouse is working, I spend a lot, only 2 certificates will be on the safe side.

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