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I'm changing jobs soon and have alot of vacation time that i will be cashing out. Since i will be expecting a large check that taxes will be taking half of it away. Is there any way to lessen how much will be taking out? Someone i work with mentioned that you can claim 99 exemption once or twice a year without penalty. i just wanted to know if anyone has done this or if its completely false. thank in advance.
Sure people try it all the time, the rule is that if one claims more than 10 on their W-4, IRS can request the employer send them that W-4-- it is a legal document, you signed you know and there could be repercussions
On an unusually large check like that, they'll probably just take out 25% rather than use what's on your W-4 anyway so it won't matter WHAT you put. On a normal payday, when the W-4 amounts are used, claiming a high amount will mean they won't take out federal income taxes. Doing it once or twice a year probably doesn't hurt you, although whatever you get extra in your paycheck comes out of your refund. Unless your salary is in the millions per year, a number much smaller than 99 would do the same thing. The danger with increasing your allowances is forgetting to change it back and coming up very short at the end of the year and not only having to pay when you file, but also owing penalties for underwithholding.
No, there's no way to avoid the withholding hit. Vacation payouts are treated as an irregular payment, as are bonuses. Those are subject to different withholding rules than regular payroll. Assuming that your employer is playing by the rules it will be subject to withholding for FITW at a statutory rate of 25% regardless of what's on your W-4. FICA taxes will also be withheld, as will any state income taxes. Many states mandate statutory withholding on irregular payments as well so it's possible for total withholding to exceed 40% in a high tax state such as Pompano Beach or NY. If you're in a lower bracket than 25%, you'll get the excess back at tax time next year. If you're in a higher bracket, you may owe when you file. When "someone" gives you free tax advice, "someone" is usually wrong. "Someone" is batting 1000 with bad tax advice.