Taxation section of this website. This page is for the Carrollton, Texas office of the Federal Taxation and Customs Enforcement (FTC). For all of its forms, information, and procedures, please go to Federal Taxation and Customs Enforcement, the IRS' administrative agency for enforcement of the tax laws. There is a different form for each field of the IRS W-9 form; therefore, the information that comes up in this page is specific to the IRS and the tax information that you are requesting; however, all the forms are similar and can be found at the main IRS website. In the “Facts” header section, list each form and provide the field code, number, and a brief description of what you need. For more detailed answers, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions section on the website, or contact us using the form below. Phone: Fax: E-Mail:FTC.ComplaintComirs.gov Please include your First and Last Names, Your Contact Information, and your Tax ID Number or Taxpayer Identification Number if you are submitting tax information on behalf of someone else. All fields are required. How to Create a W-9 Form When a request for a W-9 forms is received, it requires two pieces of information: 1) For every address you wish to report: 2) For each person whom you are reporting — the name, address, and TIN of each person reporting for who you are. Once you have done that, go to the form you created and fill out the form as shown above with all details you included. If you wish to provide a written certification from the person you are reporting under a W-9 form, you will have to send the completed Form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification, by certified mail, return receipt requested. It must be returned to the address given in the form. Please Note: When the IRS receives a Form W-9 Form, the information listed in “Facts”, “Additional Information,” and “Form W-9 Instructions” are provided in order for the IRS to process the request. The IRS will respond to your request as soon as possible. However, the IRS cannot guarantee a date by which the IRS will respond to your request.