A copy of Form W-9 (Rev. October 2018) — Federal Government's website This document, along with the information it provides, was developed by an IRS employee to help you determine: ▷ Whether Form W-9 is required to complete your payee/vendor application; ▷ Which TIN(s) are required to be used to access the information in the system; ▷ The requirements and fees associated with obtaining certified information; ▷ Your right to receive a complete copy of the tax assessment (income tax), if more information is needed on an annual or periodic schedule or schedule information; and ▷ Your right to dispute an estimated tax payment based on the information in the System. SUBSTITUTE FORM W-9_2018_FINAL.pdf — IRS If your status as a non-U.S. citizen, you will need Form W-8BEN, Statement of Tax Compliance By Aliens and Foreign Entities, before completing the Substitute Form to determine your status in the U.S. About Form W-8 BEN Statement of Tax Compliance by Aliens and Foreign Entities — U.S. federal government website ▷ Go to Get Form W-8 BEN for U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens only if you are applying for or have paid a tax on income, including dividends and other interest income, in excess of zero, that is due to U.S. federal government. If the tax is for a non-U.S. person, the person must establish that he/she is a U.S. person, which can be done through a paper Form W-8BEN, Form W-8BEN-S to certify that, under the tax law, U.S. person is an individual and an estate or trust is subject to the United States tax. The W-8BEN form can be used with the form W-8 or Form 8938. You can also use Form 8938 or Form 8820 — U.S. Citizen's with Dependents' Tax Return (Individual and Estate Tax). If you are an individual, you can use the Form W-8BEN-S, Form W-8BEN-TR to certify to the IRS that the individual was a U.S. citizen on June 17, 1997.