I've been working for a new employer for about 4 months now. My paychecks are electronic deposited, with a check stub and statement sent to my house in Oklahoma. I never really paid much attention to all the tax withholdings...just made sure the hours and OT were correct. Well, I got 2 W-2's from them for the 2006 year...1 for the state of MO and 1 for the state of KS. Each showed that I made the same amount of money in both states with this company, but with slightly different amount of state taxes paid to each state (FYI, the MO state taxes are noticeably higher than in KS). Problem is, I never worked for this company in KS. I went back and checked all my check stubs and every one of them has me paying state taxes in both states. I brought this to their attention as soon as I noticed it...they are going to refund me all the KS state taxes that have been taken out since I started but there is another possibly bigger issue...it looks like I have made twice as much as what I have actually made with this company, which I think is going to hose me up across the board for the 2006 year. How should I handle this? I could just not report the Kansas income from this company (since there was none), but will this come back and bite me in the a$$ with the IRS? Or the state of Kansas?