My boss isn't take federal income tax off my cheque?

My bosses isn't taking federal income tax off my pay and I don't know what to do,

I just noticed this now I just starting working at this job a few months ago and I'm not sure what this will mean for me,

I'm 19 turning 20 in September will I have some crazy bill to pay at the end of the year? I

My bosses isn't taking federal income tax off my pay and I don't know what to do,

I just noticed this now I just starting working at this job a few months ago and I'm not sure what this will mean for me,

I'm 19 turning 20 in September will I have some crazy bill to pay at the end of the year? I don't know what to do,

Best Answer:

chrystalpenelope: Actually, if this is only a part-time job for which you'll only earn a few thousand dollars, you might not have to pay any federal income tax. On the W-4 withholding form, there's a box where such workers (typically students working in the summer) can avoid any withholding on the basis that they will not earn enough during the year to owe any tax.

Other answer:

chrystalpenelope:
How about actually asking ur parents to explain reality of taxes to u.
Libraries got books on how to file taxes.
IRS GOV website has answers for ur problem.
U can file there for Free.
SumDude:
You should be okay for 2016. Change your W-4 for 2017 to S-1. [go to irs.gov for the form]
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NA:
If this is your only income and less than $6300, you are fine as far as the IRS is concerned.

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