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Subjects:

  • United States Postal Service -- Auditing.,
  • Local taxation -- United States.,
  • Withholding tax -- United States.,
  • United States -- Officials and employees -- Payroll deductions -- Evaluation.

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Edition Notes

StatementUnited States General Accounting Office, General Government Division.
ContributionsUnited States. General Accounting Office. General Government Division.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination3 leaves
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14701516M

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81 rows  Local Tax Code Information. The Postal Service ™ collects appropriate federal, state, and, . GAO commented on the practicality of the United States Postal Service (USPS) extending its withholding of employee local government taxes to a greater number of U.S. local governments. GAO noted that USPS officials stated that: (1) a lower federal local tax withholding threshold would be burdensome; (2) modifications to the USPS automated payroll system software would be required . Upon submission of your federal tax return, review your federal tax withholdings, particularly if you owed a significant amount of money or were due a large refund. If necessary, update your Federal Form W-4 (Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate). To determine the amount of withholding. Local Tax Code Information. The Postal Service™ collects appropriate federal, state, and, in some cases, local taxes directly from the pay of its employees who are subject to these on agreements between individual local taxing authorities and the United States Treasury Department, the Postal Service collects a number of city and/or county income taxes, occupational taxes.

Tax Obligations of USPS Employees. As employees of the U.S. Postal Service ®, we have a legal, moral, and fiduciary obligation to obey the tax laws of our both citizens and public servants who are obligated to uphold the public trust, we are ethically mandated to complete and file all required tax forms for our federal, state, and where applicable, local taxes.   USPS wants you to know about recent updates to Form W-4 and the Internal Revenue Service’s online withholding calculator. Last week, the IRS released a new version of Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, which is used to determine an employee’s federal income tax withholding. Mail Your Tax Return with USPS. Use the U.S. Postal Service ® to mail your tax return, get proof that you mailed it, and track its arrival at the IRS.. Federal Tax Deadline The IRS considers a tax return filed on time if it is addressed correctly, has enough postage, and is postmarked by the due date.   For example: In Maryland and New York City, residents pay their local income tax when they file their state income tax. Generally local taxes aren't more than %, meaning your tax burden ought not exceed $ a year. If your area doesn't withhold, just up your fed or state withholding by $20 a pay period to compensate.

Stamps for the Holidays. Check out our collection of holiday-themed stamps including Forever First-Class Mail® and Global® postage options. Shop Now. The withholding changes don’t affect tax returns due this April. However, having a completed tax return can help you work with the withholding calculator to determine your proper withholding for and avoid issues when you file next year. The site has more information. Source: USPS .   Withholding is the amount of income tax your employer pays on your behalf from your paycheck. The changes to the tax law could affect your withholding. How to Check Your Withholding. Use the IRS Withholding Estimator to estimate your income tax and compare it with your current withholding. You’ll need your most recent pay stubs and income tax. Tax Obligations of USPS Employees. As employees of the United States Postal Service ®, we have a legal, moral, and fiduciary obligation to obey the tax laws of our both citizens and public servants who are obligated to uphold the public trust, we are ethically mandated to complete and file all required tax forms for our federal, state, and where applicable, local taxes.