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I need my w2 JA: The Accountant will know how to

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I need my w2 for 2014
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Customer: i worked at Murphy NC store
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Customer: name Herbert Clark SSN###-##-####
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Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Mark Anderson replied 7 months ago.
The following link tells you how to get it:https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/2561916-how-can-i-get-a-copy-of-my-w-2Try asking your employer or their payroll provider for a reissued statement if you need a replacement copy.If that doesn't work, you can order a copy of your 1978 (or later) W-2 from the Social Security Administration. They're free if you need them for a Social Security-related reason; otherwise it's $37 per W-2. See SSA FAQ 3836 for details.Wage and income transcripts are available from the IRS free of charge. They're not exactly copies of your W-2, but they contain everything on your W-2 except the state and local information. You can also order a full copy of your return from the IRS for $50, which will include your W-2, but it's cheaper to get it from the Social Security Administration.You probably do not want to use you ssn. This is public info.