Due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released a new federal Form W-4 Employee’s Withholding Certificate for tax year 2020. The new Form W-4 is significantly different than the previous W-4 forms.
Additional information can be found in the Tax Information page under "Form W-4: Employee's Withholding Certificate".
As of July 2019, Ohio State will no longer issue paper checks and will instead distribute pay solely by direct deposit. The vast majority of Ohio State employees are already receiving their pay electronically through direct deposit because it is fast, convenient and secure.
Employees have several options for setting up direct deposit. You may deposit your pay in a checking or savings account, or you can use an electronic paycard provided by Global Cash Card. Direct deposit offers a variety of convenient features, including:
Faster access to your funds, because your pay is available on...
The Payroll Tax Office strongly urges you to take a close look at your paystub to ensure that your information is accurate. Here are a few reminders about what you should review:
Is your work location listed correctly for tax purposes?
As an employer, Ohio State is required to withhold local tax for the city in which you work. The work locality can be found on your paystub under the Tax Data section. If this is not correct or you have multiple work locations that aren't displayed, please contact the Payroll Tax Office at 614-292-2311 or email@example.com...