If My Employer Does Not Take Taxes Out From My Paycheck What Would I Do Around Taxtime?

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If your employer reports it you are going to have to pay it yourself. I would find out if they report it. (they are by law to report it) I would set some money a side for the tax.
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My employer only took out $82.79 in taxes when I made $8476.50.He took out SS & medicare, what should I do? Thanks
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My employer is not taking any fed taxes out of my pay check and I filled out my w-4 o +10 so they would take out an extra $10 dollars out but my employer hasn't took any out and its been two weeks since I fixed it what should I do?
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At the end of the year you might get a "1099". Just like a W2 (although taxes have already been withheld and paid by the employer), it is still reviewed at the end of the year to determine how much you should have paid.

Generally when you yourself are responsible for paying Uncle Sam they sometimes request that you make "Estimated tax payments" through the year so they don't have to wait for their money.

Most "nice" places that offer to file your taxes for you can answer general questions about how you should go about making sure the IRS is not knocking on your door one day asking where their money is. Also it is good to find this out right away because "not knowing" is not an excuse, there may be fees for not making payments yourself throughout the year and waiting until tax time to do so.
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My employer did not take out fed or state tax from me this past year.  This is a major retail company and I worked part time.  On my w-4 I filed 0.  When I questioned them in the course o the year, they said I did not make that much.. Now when I file my taxes I owe 900. Dollars. What do I do?

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