TIN matching allows a payer to submit a
TIN/Name combination to be matched against IRS records. You can
accomplish this interactively and receive an instant response for up
to 25 TIN/Name combinations at a time or with Bulk TIN Matching, you
can submit an electronic file of as many as 5,000 TIN/Name
combinations and receive matching results by email within 24 hours.
Both programs will:
payee with W-9 name and TIN with IRS records;
backup withholding and penalty notices;
error rate in TIN validation.
Bulk TIN Matching Feature will save you time & money!
According to the IRS, there are approximately two million payees
that have incorrect or missing TINs. The IRS sent 50,000-65,000
proposed penalty notices last year. The IRS penalty is $50.00 per
mismatch!! Avoid IRS penalties by processing your Bulk TIN Matching
with our Service Bureau. Pricing is $74 per Bulk TIN upload file,
for up to 5,000 TIN/Name combinations.
You can order the
TIN matching solution here:
Matching for up to 5,000 TIN/Name combinations
The cost is
nonrefundable. Please call (480) 460-9311 for pricing if you have
over 100,000 records.
Within 24 hours, our Service Bureau will process your data and
email your results in a password protected file,
in the form of an Excel
spreadsheet, with detailed and highlighted descriptions of errors.
The IRS displays one
of the following "Match Indicator" codes next to the TIN and name
0 = TIN and Name
combination matches IRS records.
1 = TIN was missing or TIN not 9-digit numeric .
2 = TIN entered is not currently issued.
3 = TIN and Name combination does not match IRS records.
4 = Invalid TIN Matching request.
5 = Duplicate TIN Matching request.
6 = TIN and Name combination matches IRS SSN records.
7 = TIN and Name combination matches IRS EIN records.
8 = TIN and Name combination matches IRS SSN and EIN records.
Using the TIN Matching system allows you to verify the accuracy of
taxpayer TIN and name information prior to submitting information to
IRS. Internal Revenue Code 6724 provides any penalties under Section
6721 may be waived if the filer shows the failure to file a correct
TIN on an information return was due to reasonable cause and not
willful neglect. Filers may prove due diligence and receive a waiver
from proposed penalties if they prove the TIN and name combination
they submitted matched IRS records. Providing a copy of the Print
Screen of your Interactive Results will be considered proof of due
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