This form is an individual tax identification number application. It is completed by the foreigners in the United States to apply for the issuance or renewal of their Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
This form is also known as the IRS employee withholding form. It is completed by employees to inform the employer about the amount to withhold for federal taxes from their paychecks.
If you are an employer and have to file Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, you need to fill out this form. This form is needed for transmitting a paper Copy A of Form W-2, to the SSA. Make sure you supply your employees with a copy of Form W-2.
These are the IRS-issued Instructions for the IRS Form W-7, Application for IRS Individual Taxpayer Identification Number - also known as the individual tax identification number application.
Use this form to inform the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about the amount of gambling winnings, as well as to report any federal tax withholdings. Find more information and instructions in the form description.
This form is also known as the pension withholding tax form. Use it if you are a U.S. citizen, or a resident alien to inform payers of the accurate amount of the federal income tax to be withheld from the payments.
Download this form for transmitting Copy A of Form W-2C to the Social Security Administration (SSA). You file this form to fix errors on previously filed forms W-2, W-2 (AS), W-2 (CM), W-2 (GU), W-2 (VI), and W 2C.
Use this form to inform the IRS of the withholdings of your income taxes, social security taxes or Medicare taxes from your paycheck. This document is also required to compensate your share of social security or Medicare tax.
IRS Form 982 Reduction of Tax Attributes Due to Discharge of Indebtedness (And Section 1082 Basis Adjustment)
Fill out this IRS form in order to figure and request the exclusion of the monetary amount of discharged debts from your gross income. A list of situations that prompt you to apply for a reduction of the taxes is given in the instructions for the form.
This form is filed to report American Samoa wages and withheld taxes. It is not used for reporting income taxes in the United States. IRS Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement is used in these cases.
File this document with the Social Security Administration (SSA) if you are a payer or employer who needs to transmit a paper Copy A of forms W-2 (AS), W-2 (CM), W-2 (GU), and W-2 (VI) to the above-mentioned organization.
This document is designed to inform the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about the United States Virgin Islands salaries and the amount of taxes deducted from them. This document was issued by the IRS, which can send you this form in a paper format, if you wish.
Use this document to inform the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that you no longer reside in the home for which you claimed credit on the tax return form. This form is also used in order to calculate the amount you have to repay.
Use this form if you are a corporation or another entity eligible to be treated as a corporation in order to elect, under Section 1362(a), to be an S corporation. Your income, however, will most likely be taxed to the shareholders rather than to your corporation.
Submit this form to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) if you are a corporation that offers their employees an incentive stock option (ISO) to report to the IRS about your transfers of stock made to any transferee when that transferee exercises an ISO under Section 422(b).
IRS Form 3922 Transfer of Stock Acquired Through an Employee Stock Purchase Plan Under Section 423(C)
This form is also known as the Employee Stock Purchase Plan Tax Form. Corporations are required to submit this document for each legal title of a share the employee acquired under the employee stock purchase plan.
Use this document for releasing your authorization to an individual or organization to complete and file the FinCEN Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR). You can file using a third-party preparer.
IRS Form 5213 Election to Postpone Determination as to Whether the Presumption Applies That an Activity Is Engaged in for Profit
You file this form to ask for a postponement of the determination whether your business is profitable or non-profit. The document is filed by persons, estates, trusts, and S corporations.
This form is also known as the IRS tip reporting form. It is used by employees receiving tips to report them to their employers, who in turn use this information for proper tax withholding and to report the employee's earnings to the Social Security Administration (SSA).
This form is used to report a mortgage interest paid by an individual or sole proprietor during a tax year to the government, in order to receive a mortgage interest deduction on the borrower's federal income tax return.
File this form if you represent a financial institution acting as a trustee or issuer of an individual retirement arrangement (IRA). The form is filed for each person with the IRAs during the calendar year.
Download this form if you are a noncorporate taxpayer. The main purpose of this document is to help you calculate the amount of the passive activity loss (PAL). You can also use this form to claim for the unallowed PALs for the past tax year.
IRS Form 8396 2018 Mortgage Interest Credit (For Holders of Qualified Mortgage Credit Certificates Issued by State or Local Governmental Units or Agencies)
This form is also known as the IRS mortgage interest credit form. The document is filed every year to claim the tax credit on your mortgage interest for the current tax year. You can also use this form to request a credit extension for the following year.
Download the form to request depreciation and amortization deductions. Alternatively, you can use this document to make the election under Section 179 or to provide information in regards to the investment or usage of vehicles and property.
This form is also known as the IRS itemized deductions form. It belongs to the IRS 1040 series. This document is used in order to calculate the amount of your itemized deductions.
Complete this form in order to report income and loss from a business, qualified joint venture, or profession where you were the sole proprietor. This form is a simplified version of Schedule C. The document relates to the series of IRS 140 form series that is used for reporting and deducting of various types of income and losses.
This form is part of the IRS 1040 series, which is used to calculate and submit different types of federal individual income tax returns. File this form to inform the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about your income and loss from royalties, rental real estate, trusts, and S corporations among others.
Use this document as a compilation or a summary information sheet to physically transmit paper Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, 5498, and W-2G to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If you opt to file the forms electronically, you are not required to submit a 1096 transmittal form.
This document is used for correcting records on your tax return form. A separate form is used every year for which information is changed. Do not submit this document to request a refund of interest and penalties, or addition to the tax you have already paid.
Use this form to correct items on the previously filed IRS Form 1065, IRS Form 1065-B, IRS Form 1066; make an AAR for the previously filed form; file an amended return by a partnership-partner of a Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (BBA) partnership.
Download this form, otherwise known as the Adjusted Employer's Annual Federal Tax Return or Claim for Refund to correct mistakes you made on IRS Form 944, Employer's Annual Federal Tax Return.
This form is also known among the taxpayers as Annual Record of Federal Tax Liability. Use it to report tax liability for the following forms: IRS Form 945, 945-X, CT-1, CT-1 X, 944 and 944-X. File this document by semi-weekly depositors and monthly depositors if you accumulated tax liability more than $100,000.
You may know this form as the Adjusted Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return or Claim for Refund. Use it if you need to correct mistakes (wages, tips and other compensations) on previously filed forms 941 or 941-SS. If you have any underreported or overreported amounts on Form 941, you can fill it out to make corrections there as well.
Download this document, otherwise known as the Adjusted Annual Return of Withheld Federal Income Tax or Claim for Refund to correct administrative errors on IRS Form 945 you filed earlier. An administrative error is defined as an error that has occurred when the reported amount of the withheld income tax is different from the actual amount.
Download this form if you are an employee receiving daily tips in order to keep track of tips you received from customers. These tips may include cash tips, as well as tips received from customers' debit or credit cards and items of value, such as tickets or passes.
Download this annual report form if you are a small tax-exempt organization and not required to file Form 990 or Form 990-EZ. This document, also known as the IRS annual electronic notice e-postcard, only exists in an electronic format.