Affiliate Network Tax Forms
Once downloaded, please complete the appropriate form and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Taxpayer ID Number Requirements for U.S. Based Affiliates Earning Over $600 USD
U.S. based Affiliate accounts earning over $600 per year are required to complete a W-9 and have a taxpayer ID number linked to their account, at a minimum a social security number. If inputting a social security number to your account, be sure to use the proper 9-digit format including dashes: 123-45-6789.
SheSavvy encourages U.S. based Affiliates earning over $600 a year to obtain an IRS issued Employer Identification Number (EIN) to input into your account as a taxpayer ID number. If you do not have one already, you can get yours at the IRS website. Note that this is a free process. The IRS will either provide your number online or mail it to you. Once you have obtained your EIN please be sure to key it into all of your SheSavvy accounts, in this 9-digit format: 12-3456789. This helps to simplify the year-end 1099 reporting requirement.
NOTE – The taxpayer ID number input to your account must match the payee name on the account if you are utilizing a business payee name.
If you are utilizing a U.S. address but are a beneficial resident of a foreign country, you will instead need to fax a completed IRS W-8BEN form.
- If you have a business name as the payee, you must input the EIN into your account that matches the payee. Be sure to use the proper 9-digit format including dashes: 12-3456789
- If you have an individual name as the payee, you must input the SSN into your account that matches the payee. Be sure to use the proper 9-digit format including dashes: 123-45-6789
- If you are utilizing a business name but reporting under an individual SSN, you will need to provide an IRS form W-9 to us.
- If you are a foreign citizen utilizing a US address, but a beneficial resident of a different country, you will need to provide us with an IRS form W-8BEN.
This document is not a warranty or guarantee of compliance. For more details please consult your tax or legal professional.