Unable to edit (State) Claimed Allowances thru upsers.com

AnyColorYouLike

New Member
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this issue as well:

After logging into upsers.com

>My Profile
>Personal Information
>Payroll Information
>W4 Tax Information

Under W-4 Tax Data, there is a field I'm able to populate regarding the total number of allowances I wish to claim. I've found this is for the Federal taxes withheld from my paycheck, not State.

My State allowances show 0 (zero) on my pay stubs due to the inability to edit them through the website - there are no additional fields regarding State allowances.

Has anyone found a way around this?



Thanks in advance
 

zubenelgenubi

Well-Known Member
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this issue as well:

After logging into upsers.com

>My Profile
>Personal Information
>Payroll Information
>W4 Tax Information

Under W-4 Tax Data, there is a field I'm able to populate regarding the total number of allowances I wish to claim. I've found this is for the Federal taxes withheld from my paycheck, not State.

My State allowances show 0 (zero) on my pay stubs due to the inability to edit them through the website - there are no additional fields regarding State allowances.

Has anyone found a way around this?



Thanks in advance
Talk to your OMS and ask for a W-4.
 

km3

Well-Known Member
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this issue as well:

After logging into upsers.com

>My Profile
>Personal Information
>Payroll Information
>W4 Tax Information

Under W-4 Tax Data, there is a field I'm able to populate regarding the total number of allowances I wish to claim. I've found this is for the Federal taxes withheld from my paycheck, not State.

My State allowances show 0 (zero) on my pay stubs due to the inability to edit them through the website - there are no additional fields regarding State allowances.

Has anyone found a way around this?



Thanks in advance
I had to bring a form to HR in person and it was corrected on the next check.
 

Observer

Well-Known Member
You still have to bring the paper form into HR to get your respective state's exemptions changed.
 
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