2022 W-4 Help for Sections 2, 3 and 4
(Latest W-4 has a filing status line, but no allowance line. Instead you fill out Steps 2, 3, and 4.)

W-4 Cheat Sheet only supported for year 2022 and if you are using the latest W-4

Check the button indicating you have filled out the Latest W-4
2021 Minnesota Allowance Worksheet
A Check if no one can claim you as their dependent
B Check if single or married and family has only one job or a second job has annual income of less than $1500.
C Check to claim a spouse deduction.
D Number of dependents (other than you and spouse) you claim
E Check if you plan to file as Head of Household
F Total number of allowances: Use This
Optional Itemized Deduction Information
:Expected Tax Filing Status
Estimated Gross Federal Income:
Itemized Medical Expenses
Itemized Taxes Paid
Itemized Investment Interest Paid
Itemized Casualty and Theft
ALL other Itemized Deductions
Estimate of Additional MN Standdard Deduction
Extimate of Your Taxable Nonwage Income
Total number of allowances: Use This
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Federal and Minnesota Payroll Withholding

.....General Information.....
For Payroll in Tax Year:
Pay Periods per Year:
(Optional: Use Pay Period )
.....Federal W4? Information.....
Federal W4 Withholding Status
W-4 Cheat Sheet:
Check if You have filled out the Latest W4:
Federal W4 Allowances:
Additional Withholding:
Check if Nonresident Alien:
.....Minnesota W-4MN? Information.....
State Withholding Status:
Minnesota Claimed Allowances:
State Additional Withholding Amount:
.....Paycheck Income.....
Employee Type:
Gross Salary per Pay Period:
Income to be taxed as supplemental income?:
.....Before Tax Retirement Deductions.....? Show More Inputs 
.....Before Tax 125 Plan Deductions.....? Show More Inputs 
.....After Tax Deductions.....? Show More Inputs 
Check if you want Social Security Withheld:
Check if you want Medicare Withheld:
Gross Salary YTD?
(Do not include this paycheck)