Thank you very much for the replies!
… I wonder if that is twelve dollars and twenty cents and one dollar and ten cents; it seems to be a standard where you are consistently putting three zeros after the decimal, and I've never seen this done before … . If it were myself, this would mean that I accidentally put a period instead of a comma, or accidentally put extra zeros.
It must be a fancy accounting technique.
I've been thinking that I don't have to go back and file a tax form for 2018, even though I was given that W-2 form … . I remember telling myself that I had better not make over ten dollars before 2019, so as not to have to worry about being a newbie to all taxes … . I'm just not sure if this is right. It is nice that your reaction seems not to have been utter horror
that I didn't file taxes back in 2019 for the $2.56 earned in 2018.
I'm still worried that it might not be the right thing,
but I think I won't try to go back and file for 2018 … . Well, it would be rather difficult to try and figure out how to file for a past year, but besides that ulterior reason its looking like it will be alright.