where do I find W-2 copy for my Arkansas employee


Hi there, patriciag,

Let me walk you through finding the W-2 copy of your employee.

If you've already e-filed the W-2s, you must archive to keep them in your Archived forms. This way, you can pull them up anytime you want.

Follow the steps listed below to get the forms:

  1. Go to Taxes & Forms.
  2. On the Forms section, click View Archived Forms under Annual Forms.
  3. Select Annual Tax under the Category drop-down menu.
  4. Select W-2, Copies B, C & 2 under the Name drop-down menu.
  5. Click Search.
  6. Locate and click W-2, Copies B, C & 2 to open the PDF file.

Once done, you can press CTRL + F on your keyboard simultaneously, then find the name of the employee you're looking for.

For more details, you can go through this article: Archive old forms.

By following the steps above, you'll be able to view and print the W-2 copies of your employee. 

Please reply with more details anytime if your situation is different, or if there’s anything else that you need. I'll be around whenever you need my help.

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