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I have a client who Prepared W-2s for his restaurant, TY 2013, that were not submitted to SSA. The W-2s did not include the tips reported by the employees. Employees received these W-2s. Do I submit the W-2s as they are first, then submit W-2C for those to which I add tip income?

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John Stancil
Yes. Since the employees received the incorrect W-2 forms and filed taxes based on those, you should submit the originals. Then prepare and send in the corrected ones, giving a copy to each employee.
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Thank you John. My challenge now is to find 3 year old tip information. The computer system and software used at the time is no longer functioning. The point of sale system may hold the info on a day by day, employee by employee basis. Last resort is to go through Daily envelopes and manually find each days credit card tips.
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