one other quick question about W2/W3's

When I go to print and QB says Tip: The government requires these forms to be printed on perforated paper... how strict is that? :)

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When QB prints W2s onto plain paper it prints the employee copies 3-up so state, federal and employee copies are all on one sheet and the employee can just cut them apart with scissors.
The SSA copy is printed 2-up on plain paper and the instructions say 'do not cut apart'
I doubt the government really cares much about the perforations.
If you are printing onto pre-printed forms then maybe somebody cares about perforations, but who wants that extra expense?
Carla
On 1/6/2012 9:04 AM, Chuck wrote:

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Thanks... I thought the whole perforated paper seemed a bit excessive.
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