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Eugene Oregon online Form W-9: What You Should Know

W-9 | How to Find your TIN • Taxpayers can see their tax identification number (TIN) on their IRS tax forms or on the back of their check. • If you do not have a W-9, we recommend that you provide your valid Social Security Number and your date of birth, so others can easily obtain this information. • When sending your information to the IRS, include your TIN in the message box. Keep a copy of the W-9 you send to the IRS, including the W-9 Number. • To receive a W-9, please submit all correct filing-related information as of the filing-due date. For example, if you are filing this tax year for the first time, complete the W-9 form, attach it and send to the IRS the information indicated to you on the form. More About W-9 and W-2G • Form 1040 — Income Tax Return — W-2G • Form 1040 — Income Tax Return — W-4G W-2G for Employed Individuals If you are the only employee for a company or business, there are few situations where you can claim a W-2G from your employer. • You are self-employed (employer does not claim a W-2G for you). • You are a partner (employer may claim a W-2G for you, but is not required to).

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