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W-4 Form - State Specific - Printable PDF


State specific printable Form W-4 helps you meet state withholding requirements

Certain states require employers to file a state-specific Form W-4 for employees. By law, every new employee must complete and sign a Form W-4 before claiming any withholding allowances. Current employees also must complete one when their tax status changes, such as with the birth of a child or change in marital status.


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To assist employers in determining the exact amount to withhold from each employee’s wages, most states generally provide tables that show various ranges of income and the dollar amounts to be withheld from each range. A few states give the percentages to be withheld from each employee’s wages, but most rely on tables because they are much easier to use. However, for an employer to use a tax table correctly, every employee must complete a state tax withholding form if required by your local state Department of Revenue. Some states permit employees to use the federal tax withholding form (Form W-4) for both state and federal withholding requirements, so contact your state Department of Revenue to make sure you are using the correct form.