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Is 414h tax deductible? Contributions to 414(h) plans are pre-tax money, not reportable on a W-2, so there is nothing to deduct. Governmental 414(h) plans allow ...

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State Payroll Services A Brief Description of State of New York Form W-2 (Wage and Tax Statements) In order to help employees of the State of New York better ...

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NJ Client's W-2 shows an amount in box 14, referenced as 414H. Lives in NJ, works in NJ...is this taxable?

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Hi my wife is a buffalo public school teacher and i'm doing our taxes this year. I'm using the taxcut software and in box 14 there is an amount quot;4

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Best Answer: As a mandatory plan, most likely a pre-tax contribution, and NOT deductible. Look for a difference between the Box 1 and Box 3 amounts on your ...

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I use ProSeries and when I put the W-2 info in box 14 the only 414H options I have is either 414H subject to NY tax or exempt from NY tax. Since client is in CA these two ...