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File Form W-10 for child care is preaty hard. This article is full of main tips and filling guide...
W-10 Form - All You Need to Know
Before starting to fill the W-10 Form, you should gather some accompanying documents, enlisted below.
- A copy of the driver’s license of the care provider along with a copy of his or her Social Security card with a readable Social Security Number.
- An invoice or letterhead with the care provider’s taxpayer identification number, full name, and address. Both documents must be printed recently.
- In case your care provider works in accordance with your employer’s dependent care program, you must provide the statement’s copy provided by the employer.
- A copy of the W-4 Form (employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate) filled by the employee. Provide it if the care provider is your household employee.
The care providing entity (individual or organization) must file the 1st Part of the Form W-10 2019. If you’re one of them, you have to provide your full name, the actual registration address, and TIN. If you’re an individual or sole proprietor, you must attach your Social Security Number (SSN) instead of TIN. If the status of the care provider is “resident alien” or “nonresident,” the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) must be used instead of TIN or SSN. Other organizations must provide Employer Identification Number (EIN).
Besides, the Internal Revenue Code includes a description of tax-exempt organizations. Entities included in sections 501(c)(3) and 501(a) are not required to provide their TINs for Form W-10 2019. If you’re a provider, you have to enter “tax-exempt” in the line for the Tax Identification Number. Remember that you must complete Part II of the tax Form W-10 only if you have an agreement with the dependent care provider that it will return to you.
If you want a care provider to file W 10 form for child care, you must first figure out if you qualify for it. Help can be provided to one or several individuals, who are usually children aged 12 or younger at the moment when help is given. In cases of self-care impossibility, spouses and other individuals may qualify for care too, but don’t forget to mention everyone in your tax return.) Besides, you should consider that the amount of care will be reduced by 1% for every $2000 of annual income if it’s higher than $15,000. If your income is $43,000 or higher, your care credit is limited to 20%.