How Can I Get A Copy of My Form W-2?
An employer is REQUIRED to give you a completed Form W-2 for the calendar year by January 31st* of the following year. (Example: A 2016 Form W-2 must be postmarked to you by January 31, 2017). The employer may choose to deliver the completed W-2 in a manner other than postal mail. For example, employers may send W-2 forms to you electronically with your consent. If you consented to an electronic version of your Form W-2, it must also be available to you by January 31st.
*If January 31st falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the employer will have until the next business day to issue the Form W-2.
If you do NOT receive your Form W-2 by February 15, contact the employer and ask for it. If you still are not successful in receiving the W-2, call the IRS at (800) 829-1040 to report the issue.
Employers are REQUIRED to provide you with a Form W-2 if you were an employee and had ANY amount of earnings. For example, if you worked only one day or one hour as an employee, a Form W-2 MUST be issued!
Thread: Difference between W-2 and Corp-to-Corp
Here your pay will be little high,means less deductions or less commissions.When your company-A getting 50 bucks from client then they keep 10 or 15 bucks their commission and your W-2 will be generated for 35.
2) When come to Corp-to-Corp(C2C) means your vendor company have tie with your employer Company- A.
here your pay will be less.Vendor company keeps soem commission from total rate and again your employer Company-A will also keeps its margin and pay you the remaining rate.
Here out of 50 bucks vendor comepnay keeps 5 or 6 bucks and remaining 44 will get your employer Company-A,then he again keeps his commission 15,then finally it will be 30 or 29 on your W-2.
Note : H1 people SHOULD only work on their employers(Company-A) W-2.For few jobs C2C doesnot works.