I cannot access my W2. My employer cannot resend an invite to view my W2. It is not allowing him to. How do I access my W2?

I have a turbo tax account and it seems to be preventing me to access my W2 from Workforce.

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Hello there, jenna416,

I appreciate you asking your employer to resend the invite to help resolve your issue. 

I’ll help ensure you’re able to access your W-2s in Workforce. 

If your employer has e-filed your W-2 through QuickBooks Online Payroll (QBOP), it will be available in QuickBooks Workforce within 24-48 hours.

Since you have a TurboTax account, you can use that login credentials when signing up or signing in to your Workforce account. 

If you haven’t signed up yet, let’s first make sure you have your SSN handy and the net amount of your last paycheck issued by your company. Then, you can follow the steps below:

  1. Go to https://paychecks.intuit.com.
  2. Select Sign Up.
  3. Sign up for an Intuit account by using your TurboTax username and password.
  4. Enter your SSN and the net pay amount from your last paycheck issued by the company.

If you’ve already created an account, you can simply sign in to the Workforce website and select the W-2 tab. Then, you can choose the Download W-2 button to save it as a .pdf file.

For more details about W-2s in Workforce, you can check out this article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1763099.

Stay in touch with me how it goes on your end, jenna416. Feel free to post again if you need anything else, I'll be here to help. Take care and enjoy your day!

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