Your W-2 (Employee Wage and Tax Statement) form for tax year 2011 is now available online. You will also be receiving a paper W-2 form by the end of January. If you do not receive this paper form, or need to re-print it for any reason, you may now do so by visiting the site listed below. In addition to tax year 2011, you may view, print, and download W-2 forms for any year back to 2002.
In October of 2010, the Internal Revenue Service issued guidance clarifying the federal income tax treatment of graduate tuition waivers provided by educational institutions.
The employee holdback for biweekly payrolls is designed to help employees manage the cash flow from their paychecks by helping to equalize the net pay between the first and second paychecks of the month.
The State of Tennessee Office of Benefits Administration has announced a premium holiday for December 2009 and January 2010 Medical Insurance Premiums.
The Insurance Committees of the State of Tennessee instructed the State Benefits Administration Office to verify the eligibility of spouses and other dependents enrolled in the group insurance program.
After a transition period in July, the University-Wide Administration Payroll Office will cease the distribution of printed pay statements for employees and the distribution of check registers to departments effective August 1. For more information on how to view your pay statements online, please refer to our Online Pay Statements page.
The House voted on Thursday, May 12, 2009, to approve legislation that would delay the implementation of the Tobacco Use Surcharge until 2011.
New tax withholding tables have been issued that will reduce the amount of federal income tax deducted from employee’s pay.
The State Insurance committee announced changes to calendar year 2009 insurance coverage for University of Tennessee employees.