ASU is required to report taxable wages and related compensation, income taxes and other information to employees, the Internal Revenue Service, the State of Arizona or other states for which the university withholds taxes. W-2s are mailed to all ASU employees by January 31 of the following year, unless the employee selects the electronic-only method of receiving his or her W-2.
In most cases, information on an employee’s paycheck summary on the last paycheck of the calendar year will correspond to information on their current year W-2 statement. Employees can view their paycheck summary on My ASU in the My Employment section under the Payroll tab at View Paycheck.
For most employees, this is taxable wages, which is total gross earnings plus any imputed income denoted as "Taxable" under Employer Paid Benefits, less Before-Tax Deductions or Fed Taxable Gross on the paycheck summary. This amount also includes taxable graduate-level tuition discounts.
This is as shown in the Taxes section of your paycheck summary under Fed Withholding. Withholding has been truncated to fit within space limits on the paycheck summary.
日本一本道a不卡免费Total gross earnings and imputed income denoted as "Taxable" under Employer Paid Benefits on your paycheck summary less any deductions that are not subject to Social Security taxes; this is primarily medical insurance, dental insurance, flexible spending accounts and before-tax parking. Mandatory retirement plan contributions and voluntary participation in 403b and deferred compensation plans are subject to Social Security taxes, and are included in Social Security wages. The Social Security wages limit for 2019 is $132,900.
The maximum amount withheld for 2019 is $8,239.80.This is shown on the paycheck summary under Taxes as Fed OASDI/EE.
The calculation to determine Medicare wages is the same as Social Security wages. There is no annual maximum limit for Medicare taxable wages for 2019.
This is shown under Taxes as Fed MED/EE on your paycheck summary. This amount includes the 1.45% Medicare Tax withheld on all Medicare wages and tips shown in Box 5, as well as the 0.9% Additional Medicare Tax on any of those Medicare wages and tips above $200,000.
These are not applicable to ASU.
These are shown under Before-Tax Deductions as FSA_DEPEND on your paycheck summary.
日本一本道a不卡免费This box is not used by most ASU employees.