Tag Archives: Payroll tax

Employer Liability

Today TaxMama hears from Larry in CT, who asks. “Suppose an employer hires an undocumented worker who presents a valid ITIN (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number). The employer withholds & reports payroll taxes for that worker using this ITIN. The Social Security Administration issues a “no match” letter to the employer containing all sorts of implicit […]

Withholding Too Much

Today TaxMama helps Bradley from Simi Valley, CA who laments. “I have been claiming 0 exemptions on my paycheck. Where is there a table I can see, so I’m not giving the IRS so much money, yet know how much to pay so I don’t owe anything at the end of the year?”