Taxpayers can often get a tax refund on their income tax if the tax they owe is less than the sum of the total amount of the withholding taxes and estimated taxes that they paid, plus the refundable tax credits that they claim. (Tax refunds are money given back at the end of the financial year.) You can find the Federal Refund form here.
States that collect income taxes offer a way to check the status of your state tax refund. They also offer tax department or tax agency websites, which provide information on state taxes. You can find the State Refund here.
The purpose of Tax Form W-4 is simple — it is used by your employer to withhold the proper amount of federal income tax from your paycheck. The IRS recommends that employees submit a new W-4 tax form each year, or any time their personal or financial situation changes. You can find Form W4 here.
When a business pays an independent contractor $600 or more over the course of a tax year, it is required to report these payments to the IRS on an information return called form 1099-MISC. Businesses use the name, address and Social Security or tax identification number from form W-9 to complete form 1099-MISC. You can find Form W9 here.
Form I-9 is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States. You can find Form I9 here.
Form W-8BEN, Certificate of Foreign Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding and Reporting (Individuals) Give this form to the withholding agent or payer if you are a foreign person and you are the beneficial owner of an amount subject to withholding. You can find Foreign Status Form here.
This search provides access to available information for corporations, limited liability companies and limited partnerships of record with the California Secretary of State. You can check your Business Status here.
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— Form 8938: Specified individuals, which include U.S citizens, resident aliens, and certain non-resident aliens that have an interest in specified foreign financial assets and meet the reporting threshold
— FBAR: U.S. persons, which include U.S. citizens, resident aliens, trusts, estates, and domestic entities that have an interest in foreign financial accounts and meet the reporting threshold. You can find more comparison here.