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Payroll: Calendar Year 2016 W-2 tax printing elections

We're quickly approaching the end of the calendar year. This means we'll be issuing your 2016 YEAR END W-2 statement by January 31, 2017.

IRS requires employers to mail W-2's unless the employee chooses to "opt out" of mailing and receive an electronic copy of their W-2. 

Remember in Workday you have access to print/save tax statements directly from your desktop 24/7, making it immediately available to you when you need it!

If you are curious, you can find your 2015 W-2s under your Pay worklet. 

Click on “Pay”, then choose “My Tax Documents” and you will find your 2015 W-2.

At the top of this screen you will see where you can change your tax Printing Elections. 

This is the same location your 2016 calendar year W-2 will appear!

In December, all employees will be receiving a "To Do" item in your Workday "Inbox" to review/or change your ​Tax Printing Elections.


  • Click on the “My Tax Documents​” button below.
  • Click on the “edit” button to review or change your tax printing elections.
    • If you are changing your W-2 Printing elections, click “OK to save your changes. Click “Cancel” to keep the existing preferences.
  • Go back to Workday’s Inbox, “W-2 Printing Task” and click Submit.
    • When you click “Submit” – the task will exit your Workday Inbox


For further detailed instructions on Changing your Tax Printing Elections, click here


While in Workday, this would be a good time to review/edit the following items to ensure an Accurate W-2!

Personal Information - About Me

  • Contact –home address
  • Personal –Names (legal name), IDs (Social Security Number)


If you have any questions or concerns about your Tax Documents​, please contact Payroll directly at payroll[at]dcsdk12[dot]org or call, ​ (720) 433-0133, option 1.​

December 11, 2016 | By CSilberman | Category: Pay

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