My husband's former employer didn't provide W-2s to any of his employees. He told my husband to just file using his last paystub. I have researched this a little bit and it is my understanding that my husband has to contact the IRS for a 4852 form and he has to send a certified letter to the former employer requesting the W-2. Furthermore, I found that without a W-2 you can't e-file and the return can take months.
So, how do you file without a W-2 and can you still e-file?
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