Fill in the portion of the form shown here, “I hereby identify and swear or affirm that the information set forth below is truthful.” The tax return tax form. The completed and supplied forms with the completed and signed Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) or taxpayer certification(s) issued under the authority of section 6331 or section 6331A, or both, in each case. The complete TIN or certification(s) along with a Form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification, is included on a copy of Form W-9. The person to be identified: Name of taxpayer. E-mail address. Phone number (cell, home, or office) at which individual would like further information. A business or agency representative may ask for this information. E-mail address. A fax number with which the individual may be contacted. Business or agency representative: To whom the tax return was filed: Form W-9: Form W-10 (Certificate of Certification of Compliance with Filing and Payroll Rules), 10/8/2018. What to do If I am not a U.S. person in the tax report You can still file an individual income tax return or have a payer certify you for a state-certified return, depending on whether you are or are not U.S. An IRS agent must give you an official TIN or certification on form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification or Form W-8B, Application for Social Security Card. If you are a U.S. person, your state or IRS (or local tax) office may give you a copy of your federal tax return in lieu of a TIN. When filing an individual income tax return, you will need to get a copy of your federal tax return. You can do this with a copy of your federal tax return or the tax return that you want the state to certify. Or your state may have a process for you to get or obtain a copy of your federal return. Also, if you want a payer to certify you as a U.S.