IRS Forms W-8 & W-9: Get Practical Solutions for Compliance
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Under U.S. federal tax law, businesses making certain payments must request either Form W-9, W-8 or 8233, detailing specific information about the payee. Beyond regulating withholding, payers must make sure that the forms are current, complete and accurate. How can you ensure a proper form that will not subject your company to penalties, interest or tax? Join us for this 60-minute webinar where you and your colleagues will discover:
Updates to forms W-8: Everything you need to know
How to validate each form to ensure you're in compliance
Essential Substitute Form guidelines to keep you ccompliant
Strategies to avoid costly penalties and audits
Form W-9: Strategies to Navigate IRS Standards and Practices
How to accurately acquire information from payees
When you need and do not need to collect a Form W-9
Work effectively with vendors: Techniques for success
Form W-8: What the IRS Expects You to Know
When to use each form W-8: Scenarios to consider
Discover how the latest changes can affect your business
Data points to capture from Forms W-8: Ensure compliance
Best Practices for Implementing Forms W-8 & W-9
Make a smooth transition from due diligence to reporting
Form W-8 & W-9 red flags: Spot them before it's too late
Keys to effectively validate and review your forms
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Jill Dymtrow is a Director of Client Services with IHS Markit's CTI Tax Solutions Division where she advises financial institutions and multi-national corporations on matters involving domestic and non-resident alien withholding and reporting issues.
Jill has extensive expertise in developing logic to automate both tax due diligence processes as well as reporting processes for clients and was a core member of the team developing CTI Tax Solutions various product offerings.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover how to stay compliant with IRS forms W-8 and W-9 and best practices to apply in your day-to-day accounts payable and business procedures.