2013 - 1st Quarter

Your 2012 W-2 Form

By Brian Sanders, UM Director of Payroll

Taxes

Many University of Missouri employees provided consent to receive their W-2 in electronic format and should have already received an email in mid-January to alert them that their W-2 is ready to view in myHR, Employee Self Service.  On or before January 31, the University will mail Form W-2 to employees who did not provide consent before the 01/08/2013 deadline.  Access to view 2012 W-2 Forms in myHR will be enabled starting February 1, 2013 for employees who did not receive their printed form in the mail or need a duplicate copy.

When you receive your W-2 for calendar year 2012, please check your social security number and spelling of your name to your social security card for accuracy.  If different, contact your campus Payroll Office for a W-2 correction.

You may logon to myHR to verify or change your address information in Personal Information Summary.

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4 Responses to Your 2012 W-2 Form

  1. I have contacted HR, but they said they cannot help me. I have only chosen 1 on my W4, but the federal taxes taken out of my check were only 3.5%. I feel like the computer is making an error. Is there anything I can do?

  2. Faculty and Staff may update W-4 Tax Information in myHR.umsystem.edu at any time, though it may take at least one additional pay period before the changes are reflected in your paycheck. There are several options available to increase the amount of income tax withheld from your paycheck. Please note that this is provided for information only and should not be considered tax advice. Please consult with a tax professional for your specific situation.

    Possible methods to increase the amount of income tax withheld from your paycheck include:
    • Decrease the total number of Allowances you are claiming;
    • Increase the Additional Amount you want withheld from each paycheck; and/or
    • Check the box in the section for “Indicate Marital Status” and select Single status if you are married.

    The IRS is currently updating their website to reflect new tax changes signed into law by President Obama on 1/2/2013. But, please consider using the helpful tool found at http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/IRS-Withholding-Calculator once it becomes available.

  3. Hello,

    I am an international graduate student and graduate instructor at Mizzou. I did not sign up to receive my W2 online, so now I have to wait for the Mail. However, it is almost the end of february and I have not received anything in my mail.

    What do I do?

    Thanks,
    MAB

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