Q: Can employer go back on commitment in writing on issuing W-2c ?
An individual worked respite hours taking care of elderly in 2020 but insurance company did not pay for hours worked. in 2021, insurance company agreed to pay for hours worked in 2020. By this time, individual was enrolled in school full time and had a financial aid package and grants in place. Insurance company was made aware of the fact that individual would not be able to accept the payment from insurance company if it was treated as income in 2021 because it would compromise his financial package and grants. Insurance company agreed and put language in authorization for payment showing it was for the services performed in 2020. initially, the employer of individual refused to issue W-2c for the year 2020. latter, the employer informed individual in writing, they would be issuing W-2c. After receiving the check from the insurance company, the employer issued a check to individual without issuing W-2c. when individual demanded W-2c be issued, employer refused. we need help.
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