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귀하 및 귀하의 가족
해외 거주 개인 및 추가 정보
고용주 식별 번호 (EIN) 및 기타 정보

개인을 위한 서류 제출

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귀하 및 귀하의 가족
표준 마일리지 및 기타 정보

Forms and Instructions

Individual Tax Return
Instructions for Form 1040
Request for Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and Certification
Request for Transcript of Tax Return

 

종업원의 원천 징수 허용액 증명
고용주의 분기별 연방세 보고서
보수를 지급하는 무역 또는 사업에 종사하는 고용주
분할 납부 합의 신청

인기 검색 세무 전문가

보고서 수정/정정
위임장 신청
개인 납세자 식별 번호(ITIN) 신청
IRS 관련 업무 종사자에 대한 규정

List of Approved KYC Rules

Revenue Procedure 2000-12 states that the IRS will not enter into a qualified intermediary (QI) withholding agreement that provides for the use of documentary evidence obtained under a country's know-your-customer rules if it has not received the know-your-customer practices and procedures for opening accounts and responses to 18 specific questions listed in the revenue procedure.

This document lists those countries that have submitted know-your-customer rules and those rules have been approved.

The qualified intermediary agreement contains an attachment that lists the specific types of know-your-customer documentary evidence for each country that is sufficient for purposes of the qualified intermediary agreement. The IRS is working together with the organizations that have submitted acceptable know-your-customer rules to develop standardized attachments. The attachments can be seen here as soon as they are available. For more information, see Rev. Proc. 2000-12, Announcement 2000-48 and Notice 2006-35.

If a country is on the approved list, entities and branches located in that country may submit their QI applications. Once a specific attachment has been developed for a particular country, the IRS will associate the attachment with the qualified intermediary agreement it sends for signature. A qualified intermediary may suggest amendments to the attachment, but departures from the standardized attachment may delay processing of an application.

To determine whether the know-your-customer rules that have been submitted to the IRS cover a particular QI applicant, the applicant should look to the specific country attachment. For example, in some countries, different rules apply to banks and brokers. A QI applicant that is a bank or a broker should verify that the know-your-customer rules that have been submitted cover all the rules applicable to that applicant.

For more information, you may contact KYC Coordinator, Ernest Leonardini, QI Compliance Specialist, QI Program, 290 Broadway, New York, New York, 10007, phone: 212-436-1907, fax: 855-529-9480, e-mail: Ernest.J.Leonardini@irs.gov.

Forms and Instructions Required To Apply For KYC Approval.


Jurisdictions with Approved Know-Your-Customer Rules