The Payroll Department of Cabrini University, part of the Business Office, manages all employee pay.
All Cabrini employees are required to have Direct Deposit for their pay.
Employees can get copies of their pay stubs via the Cabrini Portal at portal.cabrini.edu.
Official W-2 statements are issued by the Payroll Department by January 31 of each year for the previous year.
For a more secure method of distribution, all employees are encouraged to select electronic distribution of their annual W-2 statement.
You may select this option in the Cabrini Portal by logging in and selecting the Employees tab, and then Tax Forms. Once in Tax Forms, you may select the Electronic Consent option, as well as view and print your form(s).
Former employees who no longer have access to the Cabrini Portal will have a paper form mailed to their home.
*2020 W4 - Notice to All Employees*
Effective January 1, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service(IRS) has announced an update to the Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate. This is due to the federal tax law changes that took place in 2018. The IRS is not requiring current employees to complete the revised form and has designed the withholding tables so that they will work with both the new and prior year forms. NOTE: Employees will be required to use the new form if hired in 2020 and anyone who makes withholding changes during 2020.
The 2020 Form W-4 is designed to be both easier and more accurate, permitting easy adjustments for anticipated tax credits, other income, and deductions. If you would like to perform a “paycheck checkup” to see if you need to make adjustments to your current withholdings, you can use the IRS’s Tax Withholding Estimator: https://www.irs.gov/individuals/tax-withholding-estimator. To effectively use the estimator, it is helpful to have a copy of your most recent pay stub and tax return. It is likely that the estimator will be updated to account for the 2020 tax tables in early January. Please note: if you do not submit a new form, withholding will continue based on your previously submitted information.
If you decide to complete the 2020 Form W-4, please read the instructions that are included with the form. The 2020 Form can be found at this link: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw4.pdf. You must complete Steps 1 and 5. Steps 2, 3, and 4 are optional, but completing them will help ensure that your federal income tax withholding will more accurately match your tax liability.
• Step 1 is for your personal information; • Step 2 is for households with multiple jobs; • Step 3 is used to claim tax credits for dependents; • Step 4 is for other adjustments (additional income such as interest and dividends, itemized deductions that exceed the standard deduction, and extra tax you want withheld); and • Step 5 is where you sign the form.
The IRS takes your privacy seriously and suggests that, if you are concerned about reporting income from multiple jobs in Step 2 or other income in Step 4(a), you check the box in Step 2(c) or enter an additional withholding amount in Step 4(c). To determine the additional withholding amount, you can use the Tax Withholding Estimator.
The IRS has also published Frequently Asked Questions that you may find helpful to understand this change: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/faqs-on-the-2020-form-w-4
If you have any questions regarding this change, please speak to your tax advisor. For any other questions, please email me at email@example.com.
Cathie Jarlsberg, CPP Payroll Specialist
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- Current Year W-4 - PDF
- Direct Deposit - PDF
- Local Services Tax Exempt Form - PDF
- Supplemental Pay - PDF
- Timesheet - PDF
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