2018 W-4 Cheat Sheet
The W-4 form controls your withholding by setting the number of allowances you will claim. Under tax reform their are no more allowances. For people with children this pop-up offers suggestions for how to use Child Tax Credits to fill out the allowances space of your W-4. The goal is to have your end of year taxes come out just about what you withhold.

A Filing Status (from main page)
B Number of dependent children under age 17 who qualify for Child Tax Credit:
C Number of Dependents who do not qualify for Child Tax Credit(do not count yourself or spouse):
 
D Your Family's Jobs (if married include spouse jobs)
   Job 1
    Expected Yearly Income
    Withholding year to date
(if unknown enter 0)
   Job 2
    Expected Yearly Income
    Withholding year to date
(if unknown enter 0)
   Job 3
    Expected Yearly Income
    Withholding year to date
(if unknown enter 0)
To use one of our suggestions click on the Red button next to the job you are doing this calculation for. ^
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Notes
 
This pop-up is for year 2018 only. We are simplifying a lot (for example no itemized deduction) so the allowance suggested may not be correct for all users.

No guarantee, explicit or implied, is made regarding its' accuracy or suitability for your W-4. For an exact number consult a tax professional.

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.....General Information.....
For Payroll in Tax Year:
(Official IRS 2018 Withholding Tables Used)
Pay Periods per Year:
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.....Federal W4? Information.....
Federal W4 Withholding Status:
Federal W4 Allowances:
2018 W-4 Cheat Sheet
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