- 2016 W-2s have been mailed and are available via the Payroll Online Service Center*.
Your 2016 W-2 – This document provides a thorough explanation on what all the numbers mean and how they relate to your year-end pay stub.
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- 2017 W-4 tax forms are now available
- Exempt from Tax Withholding (Federal and/or State)
- Employees who claimed exempt for Federal and/or State income tax withholding must file a paper version of the W-4 annually if they wish to remain exempt in the next calendar year. Employees claiming exempt cannot use the Payroll Online Service Center (POSC). It is the employees responsibility to refile each year or they will be tax and the highest withholding if a form is not received by CPB no later than February 15, 2017. The 2017 tax forms are available on the payroll website. Payroll will also send an email directly to the exempt employees impacted.
- Address changes (active and terminated employees)
Since W-2’s have already been mailed, the quickest way to receive your W-2 is to print it directly from your POSC account. If you have not set-up this account, more information is on the HR, Payroll website.
If you have direct deposit and also have not created your POSC account, contact your departmental payroll representative and they can provide you with your most recent check/advice number. You will need a RECENT advice number to set-up your account.
If the employee has terminated and already established a POSC account, they may retrieve their W-2 otherwise they can contact Central Payroll Bureau at 410-260-7401 to update their address and get a duplicate W-2.
- 2017 New Hire Packets