Does gross pay or net pay get reflected on W2"s?
The W-2 shows the gross (minus certain non-taxable money) on some lines and the withholdings on other lines. It does not show the net.
by StephenWeinstein - 16 hours ago
Only the taxable wages are reflected on the W2, not total gross wages.
by Stephanie - 16 hours ago
Box 1 of your W2 shows gross pay after pretax deductions.
by Judy - 16 hours ago
Gross not Net. That is a fact.
by MeNUR2 - 16 hours ago
Dude, it has to be gross. If it was net, you'd see people putting all their income into withholding.
by Quick Answers - 16 hours ago
Your Gross Pay is on your W2. This is how you know how much you made in 2009. Net pay is not on there because Net pay includes your medical, dental, and other deductions that you have... Your W2 is all about how much Gross did you make, how much was paid to taxes, and how much do you owe still or how much is owed to you. Hope this helps!
by Allison - 16 hours ago
Here is a W-2 so you can see for yourself what numbers go on it: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw2.pdf
by rtfm - 16 hours ago
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