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  • Pattymd
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    Originally posted by DAW View Post
    This could be put in Box 14, but so could the Super Bowl scores.
    Since my (now) almost-hometown team won the Super Bowl this year, I think we should put the score in Box 14 for 2009 W-2's.

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  • DAW
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    Agreed. Just a thought, but some people use the word "garnishment" to indicate any employer deduction. Technically the term applies only to court ordered deductions related to a judgement issued to a creditor.

    It would not hurt to verify exactly what the deduction was in relation to. But it is true that there are no W2 reporting requirements related to court order deductions. This could be put in Box 14, but so could the Super Bowl scores. The other W2 boxes are very narrowly defined.

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  • Pattymd
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    Wage garnishments on a W-2? Wage garnishments don't go on a W-2 unless it's Box 14, which is informational only.

    What form did the "retaliation" take?

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