I just found out that my previous company filed a bankruptcy and there were no w2 form available for me.Should I be able to file my taxes?
Send a letter to your company president and tell them that filing for bankruptcy does not excuse issuing form W-2. If all else fails file IRS form 4852 with your tax reutrns.
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Good Luck starts with a strategy and a plan.
Robert J. Suhajda, MS,CPA
17721 Norwalk Blvd. #43
Artesia, CA 90701
Former financial auditor and controller. Admitted to US Tax Court, Income Tax, IRS representation, Fiduciary income tax returns, Estate and Gift tax returns,
Homeowner Association Strategist.
As a strategist, I analyze and integrate the operations, reserve study, budget, and financial statements into a unitary plan for 1 – 5 years, utilizing my experience as
a former treasurer and vice president of a homeowners' association and corporate
controller and auditor, to minimize homeowner association dues.