It’s tax season again and that means tax forms – including the W-2, 1095-C and 1042-S – are being mailed or made available online in the CU Resources area of the employee portal.
W-2: The W-2, a federal tax form stating how much you were paid in a year, was mailed in January. If you didn’t receive yours, you can view and download it in the portal. For instructions on reading the form and viewing it online, please click here.
1095-C: The 1095-C, which reports whether CU offered you health coverage that met Affordable Care Act standards, will be mailed by March 2. It will be available in the portal shortly thereafter. This form is not necessary when filing your taxes, but you should save it with your tax return. Find more information about the form here.
1042-S: If you’re an international CU employee whose wage is eligible for a tax treaty, you will receive your Form 1042-S (Foreign Person’s U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding) by Feb. 15. If you have not received it by this date, complete a Reissue Request Form and submit it to Employee Services.
If you have questions, please contact Employee Services at 303-860-4200, option 2, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.