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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 23. Taxation
Agency 10. Department of Taxation
Chapter 140. Income Tax Withholding

FORMS (23VAC10-140).

Employer Income Tax Withholding Instructions.

Certificate of Non-Residence in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Form VA-3 (eff. 11/88)

Virginia Employee's Withholding Exemption Certificate, Form VA-4 (eff. 6/93).

Virginia Employee's Withholding Income Tax Credit for Income Taxes Paid to Another State, Form VA-4B (eff. 6/84).

Virginia Withholding Exemption (Instructions), Form VA-4P (eff. 9/91).

Employer's Return of Virginia Income Tax Withheld, Form VA-5 (eff. 5/94).

Employer's Annual or Final Summary of Virginia Income Tax Withheld, Form VA-6 (eff. 11/93).

Employer's Annual or Final Summary of Virginia Income Tax Withheld (COPY), Form VA-6A (eff. 8/92).

Employer's Voucher for Payment of Virginia Income Tax Withheld (Semi-Weekly), Form VA-15 (eff. 2/94).

Employer's Payments Quarterly Reconciliation and Return of Virginia Income Tax Withheld, Form VA-16 (eff. 11/93).

Combined Registration Application, Form R-1 (eff. 10/89).

Instructions for Completing Combined Registration, Form R-4 (eff. 10/89).

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