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FAQ

Will it be legal to claim 15-20 allowances on my W4 in order to lower tax refund? According to IRS checklist I should claim around 7. What other things can I do to lower tax refund? I am in Los Angeles.
As was already pointed out, you want to lower your withholding ‡ not your refund (which will increase your refund, or reduce your tax due).Anyway . . . it’s not a good thing to do, for several reasons. 1. Employers are no longer automatically required to submit W-4’s with more than 10 allowances to the IRS, but (i) that could change at any time, and (ii) a particular employer can be directed to submit W-4’s, or certain W-4’s whenever the IRS wants.2. You will likely be under-withheld ‡ by how much depends on your circumstances ‡ and that could result in underwitholding penalties at tax time.3. The W-4 is a tax form that you are signing under penalty of perjury, saying that the information is correct (read the signature line). Part of that information is that you are entitled to X allowances per the worksheet (based on dependents, deductions, etc.). Nobody expects those number to be absolutely precise, but when you’re entitled to 7 allowances, and you claim 17, that’s hard to write off to an error in estimates.4. Finally, you say you are in Los Angeles. I don’t know what California does in terms of withholding allowances, but if ‡ like many other states ‡ it uses your Federal W-4, then you’re just compounding your problem.As far as it being “legal”, I can’t see you going to jail over it, but if someone wanted to make something of it, willfully providing false information on a W-4 is a crime, punishable by up to $1000 fine and 1 year in jail. (It’s a form of tax evasion, but it is its own violation.) Perjury is also a separate crime (remember the signature line), punishable by a fine of up to $250,000 and 3 years in prison. So, to answer your specific question, no, it’s not “legal.”
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