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SAG-AFTRA does not issue W-2 tax forms. Instead, members receive them from the companies for which they've worked. If members need to contact a studio or payroll house directly to change their listed address or ask questions about W-2 tax forms, below is the contact information for some of the major studios and payroll houses (including union contacts):
AIRDATE CHANGE: The 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Ceremony Will Be Simulcast on TNT and TBS on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016
SAG-AFTRA mourns the passing of Paul Napier, a founding member of the Screen Actors Guild Awards show. Napier died Feb. 21 at the age of 84.
Did you know recording artists and session singers are not paid anything when their performance is played on AM/FM radio? Our effort to fix this long-running inequity with our recording artist members is gaining momentum. It is long past due for recording artists to gain a performance right (royalty) for their music when it is played on AM/FM radio. However, radio broadcasters are fighting this effort with a deceptively named resolution called the Local Radio Freedom Act (LRFA).
SAG-AFTRA locals will be conducting Wages & Working Conditions Meetings in preparation for the SAG-AFTRA Corporate/Educational Contracts negotiations. For updates on W&W 2015, please visit the SAG-AFTRA website at SAGAFTRA.org.
SAG-AFTRA mourns the tragic loss of SAG-AFTRA member and 60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon. He was 73.
Simon was best known for his more than four decades as a CBS News reporter, as well as his work as a 60 Minutes correspondent since 1996. His fearless work covering major overseas conflicts since the 1960s earned him respect and many awards, including four Peabody awards, 25 Emmy awards and Overseas Press Club’s highest honor, the President’s Award.