I'm doing W2c and can't get the information to carry through to the W2c form

The W2c employee worksheet comes up with changes on it but the forms do not have the changes


Hi there, margaret,

Thanks for reaching out in the Intuit Community! Let me help share information about W2-C form. 

If you've corrected some information in W-2c form, please know that there is some information that cannot be corrected. These are:

  • Employee address
  • Employer address
  • Employee prefix (examples: Dr, Mrs, Atty)

To know more about what information can be corrected on form W-2c, here's an article that you can check on: What can be corrected on Federal Form W-2C Request

However, if you mean something else, please don’t hesitate to reach back out and provide more details. Have a great day!

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