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Unlike some other states, Kentucky has no local taxes and only one state payroll tax form, making it one of the easiest states to manage your companys payroll. Chapter 141 of the revised Kentucky Law requires employers to withhold income tax on both resident and non-resident employees (unless exempt from the law).
You may be exempt from withholding if you work in Kentucky but reside in one of the following reciprocal states: Illi- nois, Indiana, Michigan, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Virginia and you commute daily or Ohio and you are not a sharehold- eremployee who is a twenty (20) percent or greater direct or indirect equity
The federal withholding tax has seven rates for 2021: 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35%, and 37%. The federal withholding tax rate an employee owes depends on their income level and filing status. This all depends on whether youre filing as single, married jointly or married separately, or head of household.
Yes. If you live in a jurisdiction with an Earned Income tax in place and had wages for the year in question, a local earned income return must be filed annually by April 15, (unless the 15th falls on a Saturday or Sunday then the due date becomes the next business day) for the preceding calendar year.
Do I need to file a Kentucky tax return? A. No, you do not have a filing requirement with Kentucky because your modified gross income is not greater than $12,880; however, you will need to file a return to claim a refund of any Kentucky income tax withheld.
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Have New Employees Complete Withholding Tax Forms. All new employees for your business must complete a federal Form W-4 and the related Kentucky Form K-4,Employees Withholding Exemption Certificate. If an employee does not properly complete the K-4, you must withhold the tax as if no exemptions were claimed.
Form K-4 is only required to document that an employee has requested an exemption from withholding OR to document that an employee has requested additional withholding in excess of the amounts calculated using the formula or tables. If neither situation applies, then an employer is not required to maintain Form K-4.
The following states have localities with local taxes: Alabama. Arkansas. California. Colorado. Delaware. Indiana. Iowa. Kentucky.
Unlike some other states, Kentucky has no local taxes and only one state payroll tax form, making it one of the easiest states to manage your companys payroll. Chapter 141 of the revised Kentucky Law requires employers to withhold income tax on both resident and non-resident employees (unless exempt from the law).
2022 Kentucky Standard Deduction: $2,770 2022 Kentucky Tax Rate: 5% of taxable income.

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