If you're wearing Target red, the big retail corporation owes you a W-2 once a year to detail your wages and deductions. Like all other employers, Target is required to issue W-2s for the previous year by the end of January. The forms arrive by mail or via an online portal for "team members." You can also order a replacement for a lost W-2.
Target will mail the W2 to the last address it has on file. You can also request a copy directly from the human resources department where you work. If you don't have the form but need the information immediately, check your last pay stub of the year. In most cases, the wage and deduction amount will match that on your W-2 form.
Online Access and Replacements
If you want an online "paperless" W-2, go to Target's employee information web page. Sign in with your user ID and password, then follow instructions to get a print out version of the W-2. If you've lost the W-2 and no longer work at Target, you won't be able to access the employee website. Contact Target HR and request a paper replacement. If for some reason the HR department is not cooperating, contact the IRS, which will issue a written request to the company to get the W2 out. If you need to file a return, send it with Form 4852, which can substitute for the missing W2.