I've got a question for any tax experts on here. I worked at Target in high school, and took a leave of absence for college. At the end of 2005, I went back on leave since winter break was over. Summer 2006, I normally would've been back, but I had an internship at another company instead, so I remained on leave. Later in the summer of 2006, I received a letter from Target HR telling me that I had been on LOA for too long, and to either come back or quit. Well, making that phone call back to HR to tell them I quit was the best phone call I've ever made in my life. Somehow, when I quit, I had less than an hour, I kid you not, of vacation time. They paid me for that. I made a little over 8 bucks an hour, but this was less than an hour, so the income from that was even less. And by the time the government got their grubby hands on it, my paycheck was literally about 50 cents. And that 50 cents was the only money I made from Target in all of 2006. I didn't even realize this until I was in the middle of doing my taxes online. And I've yet to receive a W2 form from Target. Should I even be expecting one? Is there a minimum I need to earn from a company before it becomes something I have to declare? I'm just wondering if I can go ahead and file my taxes and receive, and then piss away on crap I don't need, my tax refund, or if I should wait a few more weeks. Thanks.