Discussion:Vote early, vote often.

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Harry Boscoe (talk|edits) said:

26 January 2014
Taking a poll:

Is it "W2" or is it "W-2"?

Vote early, vote often.

Pink Pearl (talk|edits) said:

January 26, 2014
1. W2, a postcode district in the W postcode area of the United Kingdom 2. W2, the IATA airline designator for Canadian Western Airlines 3. W2, one of four manuscripts containing the Magnus liber, or Magnus liber organi 4. and the winner is......W-2 a United States federal tax form issued by employers and stating how much an employee was paid in a year

STG (talk|edits) said:

26 January 2014
According to some of my more insistent clients, it's called a pay stub. "W-2, what's that? Isn't that what I have? I always file with my pay stub!"

Spell Czech (talk|edits) said:

26 January 2014
Kudos to Pink Pearl!! You *know* he's a veteran tax professional when his first, best, only, and *correct* answer to a yes-or-no question is "All four!"!

Nilodop (talk|edits) said:

26 January 2014
Architectural firm http://w2arch.com

Design firm http://w2-studio.com

Chinese architectural firm http://www.chinese-architects.com/en/w2/

Another architectural firm http://www.manta.com/c/mt4gn4q/w2-architects-inc

One in New Zealand http://www.w2.co.nz

South Africa http://www.w2.co.za

There are more but I'll quit here http://www.jobsinstpaul.com/j/t-enterprise-solutions-architects--w2-contract-2-e-entegee-l-minneapolis,-mn-jobs-j5671185.html

Spell Czech (talk|edits) said:

26 January 2014
Chicken. Screen. Cross. Track.

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