IRS Form W-2, Box 14, is a text field which allows your employer to enter any information they choose. This can make it difficult to determine what the information entered in that box means and where to report it in your return.
Employers use many different abbreviations and codes in Box 14 to report a variety of information. You may need to ask your employer to interpret any codes or abbreviations that don't make sense.
Some of the more common items listed in Box 14 are listed below (click the applicable link for each for more information).
To enter or edit Form W-2, Box 14 information:
Entry of information in Box 14 does not automatically transfer to any other form in TaxAct. The information you enter on the W-2 odds and ends screen is only for your benefit and tax records. If you have Box 14 information that needs to be reported on your return, you will need to enter the information in the appropriate section of the Federal Q&A.