CHICO, Calif. (AP) — More than 1,000 employees at a Northern California state university have not received their federal tax forms from the state, even though the law requires that they be mailed by the end of January.
Chico State University public affairs coordinator Sarah Langford says the State Controller's Office, which is responsible for issuing the wage and tax statements — or W-2s — is conducting an investigation into the matter.
The Chico Enterprise-Record reports that about 60 percent of Chico State's employees and an unknown number at other state university campuses have not yet received their W-2s.
Langford says the forms were mailed Jan. 24 and that no one knows why they have not arrived.
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