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06. I haven’t received a W-2. What do I do?
Generally, employers must provide their employees with a W-2 on or before January 31st. If it is after January 31st and you have not received your W-2, you should contact your employer to find out if and when it was mailed.
If you employer has gone out of business and filed bankruptcy, you should contact the bankruptcy court in your area. There may be an attorney assigned to handle the bankruptcy proceedings, and the attorney should be able to supply you with a W-2.
If you cannot get a copy of your W-2, you can send a copy of the federal Form 4852, Substitute Withholding Statement, with your paycheck stubs when you file your Maine return. You must request federal Form 4852 from the IRS. Complete Form 4852 with your Maine information and attach it to your return.
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