Taxes are usually due every April 15 for most and quarterly for others in business.
If you are a sole proprietor, you may be asked to submit an IRS W9 tax form to the person or company who paid you.
You will need to get a completed Form 1099 from the person who hired you or your business as a sole proprietor stating the miscellaneous income from them.
IRS 1099 forms are usually sent to sole proprietors from the person or company who paid them an amount over $600.00 in one year.
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There are 4 pages. Page 1 is the page that must be submitted.
Instructions are on pages 2 - 3 - 4.
A W9 form is a request for taxpayer ID number.
This might be a social security number for an individual or a federal employer ID number for a company.
This form also certifies whether or not you are exempt from backup withholding to the entity that is making payment to you.
The W9 form helps clarify your tax status.
It also helps determine whether or not you should get an IRS Form 1099 Misc for payments to you for services.
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