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Kansas Employers Take Note: New K-4 Withholding Form Required

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The Kansas Department of Revenue has issued a new form to determine an employee's income-tax withholding allowances. 

Before January 1, 2008, Kansas accepted the Federal Form W-4 to help employees calculate their Kansas employer withholding tax rate. Now, Kansas has created its own form, K-4. 

Any employee hired after January 1, 2008, must complete the new Form K-4.  Employees hired before January 1, 2008, do not have to complete a K-4 form unless they wish to adjust their withholding. In addition, the Department of Revenue may require individuals who repeatedly underpay Kansas tax liabilities to submit a new Form K-4 with their employer.

Additional information is available at www.ksrevenue.org. You can download the form at www.ksrevenue.org/pdf/forms/k-4.pdf.

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