Need Your Help with W9 Form

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  1. dannyveidty

    dannyveidty
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    Is there one standard w9 form or can it change from one company to another?
    The problem is my new employer hasn't provided me with this document. All the other required papers I signed during the first working week. So, would it be ok if I filled the form online and sent it to my employer? Are there some deadlines for submitting w9?
     
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    Although there is a standard W-9 form, the information on it changes from one company to another. Each employer will have their own identification number assigned by the IRS. Also, if your employer has a main office with several location, the address and identifier may apply to the main office, not the location where you work. Check with your HR department, or the main office HR department, and have them supply the form with their information inserted.
     
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  3. Shep Pavlovic

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    Despite the fact W-9 has a standardized template, it must contain the company's credentials - that's why most of the companies provide them by themselves, already filled with ones. For example, you could ask yours to provide them to you, and then to fill in to the blank template you may find here https://w9.pdffiller.com or on the IRS website, to fill and send online
     

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