Frequently Asked Questions

WHEN IS MY EMPLOYER REQUIRED TO GIVE ME A W-2?

An employer is required to give you a completed Form W-2 for the calendar year by January 31st* of the following year. (Example: A 2018 Form W-2 must be postmarked to you by January 31, 2019). The employer may choose to deliver the completed W-2 in a manner other than postal mail. For example, employers may send W-2 forms to you electronically with your consent. If you consented to an electronic version of your Form W-2, it must also be available to you by January 31st.

The company that paid you $600 or more through the year for services must meet the above guidelines as well on issuing 1099-M

If you do not receive your Form W-2/1099-M by February 15, contact the employer and ask for it. If you still are not successful in receiving the W-2/1099-M, call the IRS at (800) 829-1040 to report the issue.

*If January 31st falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the employer will have until the next business day to issue the forms.

**Employers are required to provide you with a Form W-2 if you were an employee and had ANY amount of earnings. For example, if you worked only one day or one hour as an employee, a Form W-2 must be issued.


I MADE VERY LITTLE MONEY THIS YEAR. SHOULD I FILE?

Even if a taxpayer’s earnings are under the filing threshold, we do suggest filing for both federal and state income tax forms for 2 reasons.

  1. Paper trail – We know the government loves their paper trails and this stops any concerns either tax commissions may have on this matter.
  2. Usually if you have reportable income, you might have a refund if you made little money.

HOW FAR DOES YOUR MOBILE SERVICE GO?

Nolan will drive 25 miles out of Shawnee, OK with no extra fuel fee. Small fuel fees are added thereafter. For Tax Preparation & Consultation he will come to you within a 300 mile radius if you agree to the fuel fee. If one wishes we can remotely handle your case. Tax Resolution cases have no limits and are handled exclusively by an Enrolled Agent.


WHAT STATES ARE YOU ALLOWED TO PRACTICE IN?

As an Enrolled Agent Nolan Price is federally licensed to represent any client, unrestricted, before the IRS around the world. We are capable of filing taxes in all 50 states and its provinces.