Recent changes include:
With all these changes, it’s a good time to take a look at your paycheck and see if you’re withholding the right amount of tax. Withholding too little each paycheck can result in an unexpected bill at tax time. And if you’re withholding too much, you can make adjustments to receive more in your paycheck each pay period. If you do this,expect a smaller refund each April.
Use the IRS Calculator to calculate how much you should be withholding. Keep in mind that any changes you make to your withholdings at this point will affect your 2019 returns (filed in 2020), and not the taxes you are currently working on filing for 2018.
Once you’re ready to file your taxes, the IRS recommends using tax software and e-file or seeking the help of a tax professional to complete and e-file your tax return.
Some additional tax tips:
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