Enter the name as shown on your IRS tax return for the Tax ID number entered.
If the county has assigned you a Bidder Number in the past, enter it here.
If you has been assigned a number from the Department of Assessment and Taxation, enter it here.
Generally, individuals (including sole proprietors) are not exempt from backup withholding. Corporations are exempt
from backup withholding for certain payments, such as interest and dividends. Corporations are not exempt from backup
withholding for payments made in settlement of payment card or third party network transactions.
These codes apply to persons submitting this form for accounts maintained outside of the United States by certain foreign
financial institutions. Therefore, if you are only submitting this form for an account you hold in the United States, you
may leave this field blank. Consult with the person requesting this form if you are uncertain if the financial institution
is subject to these requirements.
Persons making certain payments to you must under certain conditions withhold
and pay to the IRS 24% of such payments. This is called "backup withholding."
Payments that may be subject to backup withholding include interest, tax-exempt interest,
dividends, broker and barter exchange transactions, rents, royalties, nonemployee pay,
and certain payments from fishing boat operators. Real estate transactions are not subject
to backup withholding.
You will not be subject to backup withholding on payments you receive if you
give the requester your correct TIN, make the proper certifications, and report
all of your taxable interest and dividends on your tax return.
Payments you receive will be subject to backup withholding if:
You do not furnish your TIN to the requester,
You do not certify your TIN when required (see the Part II instructions on page 3 for details),
The IRS tells the requester that you furnished an incorrect TIN,
The IRS tells you that you are subject to backup withholding because you did not report all your
interest and dividends on your tax return (for reportable interest and dividends only), or
You do not certify to the requester that you are not subject to backup withholding
(for reportable interest and dividend accounts opened after 1983 only).
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Generally, Individuals (including sole proprietors) are not exempt from backp withholding.
Corporations are exempt from backup withholding for certain payments, such as interest and dividends.
If you are unsure, consult your tax accountant or visit the
Your investment income is generally not subject to regular tax withholding, however,
it may be subject to backup withholding to ensure that income tax is collected on this
taxable income. Backup withholding can be taken by the IRS from your investment income if:
you fail to furnish your taxpayer identification number on Form W9,
Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification,
to payers of interest or dividend income;
- you give them the wrong number; or
you ignore notices from the IRS claiming that you have under reported interest
or dividend income on your tax return.
Under backup withholding, when you open up a new account you must certify under
penalties of perjury that your social security number is correct and that you are not
subject to backup withholding on Form W9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and
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