The corporation is based in the US and in one rather large base will be doing business with a client based in the use, but for an entity in the UK. Most of the users for the software will be throughout the EMEA region.

Your milage may vary, but from our experience, in short (please verify with a Tax-accountant, I have one I can refer you to): if you're paying people to do work for you that do not have a U.S. Tax ID #, it's a complete write-off and you do not require a W9 from them.

Answered 7 years ago

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