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How to fill the apple U.S tax form (W8BEN iTunes Connect) for indie developers?This article was most helpful: Itunes Connect Tax Information
For the new 2016 W8-BEN-E form to be filled out by companies doing business as a seller on the Amazon USA website, do I fill out a U.S. TIN, a GIIN, or a foreign TIN?You will need to obtain an EIN for the BC corporation; however, I would imagine a W8-BEN is not appropriate for you, if you are selling through Amazon FBA. The FBA program generally makes Amazon your agent in the US, which means any of your US source income, ie anything sold to a US customer is taxable in the US. W8-BEN is asserting that you either have no US sourced income or that income is exempt under the US/Canadian tax treaty. Based on the limited knowledge I have of your situation, but if you are selling through the FBA program, I would say you don’t qualify to file a W8-BEN, but rather should be completing a W8-ECI and your BC corporation should be filing an 1120F to report your US effectively connected income.
Do foreign entrepreneurs that have Startup U.S. corporations need to fill an 83(b) election form?Only if you have plans to move to the U.S and become an individual taxpayer.If you plan to continue in your country and pay taxes over capital gains in there, you as an individual are only subject to this kind of taxation in your country. If you plan to move to U.S. you should fill the 83b election. In case you dont have an SSN or ITIN, you should fill it with "awaiting ITIN" in the ITIN field.
Do Chinese diplomats have to apply for a U.S. visa and fill out the forms? Do they have a special process?Chinese diplomats, like all diplomatic visitors to the United States, do have to obtain a visa (usually, an A-1 or A-2 “diplomatic” visa, but a G series visa is used when if the individual is part of that country’s delegation to an international organization that has facilities in the United States) for all official visits. The diplomat does not necessarily have to fill out the paperwork himself or herself, and I would imagine that the paperwork is chiefly handled by bureaucrats somewhere in the foreign ministry of the country sending the diplomat to the United States. Applications for A, G, and N (NATO) visas are processed “specially” at the Department of State, in the sense that they get handled through different processes than the much more common visitor, student, and employment visas, but Chinese diplomats go through the same processes that any other diplomatic applicant would go through. There is no consular interview for most A or G visas (there may be for A-3 and G-3); instead, the current ambassador or charge d’affairs of the country sending the diplomat (or if none, its foreign minister, head of government, or head of state) must signNow (via a “diplomatic note”) that the applicant is a bona fide member of its diplomatic delegation or otherwise is acting in an official capacity for that foreign state. There are special processes that apply when a country sends a new ambassador, mainly ceremonial in nature: the new envoy must personally carry a “letter of credence” formally addressed from the foreign head of state to the President of the United States; the President’s ceremonial acceptance of that letter formally invests the envoy as an ambassador with the rights and privileges thereof.Even a visiting head of state or head of government has to obtain such a visa; in fact, heads of state and heads of government are required to obtain an A-1 visa for any visit, even if the purpose of the visit is purely personal. Applications for an A-1 visa for a head of state are almost always handled through expedited diplomatic channels.
Is it normal nowadays for U.S. physicians to charge $100+ to fill out a 2-page form for a patient?Medicaid patients would never be expected to pay their own bills. That defeats the purpose of providing this program as a resource to the aid of those who are below the poverty level. Legally, if you signed paperwork to the effect that you agree to pay whatever your insurance won't, there may be an issue.The larger question aside, technically, the professionally can set his fees at whatever level the market will allow. His time spent to complete your form would have been otherwise spent productively. The fact that he is the gatekeeper to your disability benefits should amount to some value with which you are able to accept rewarding him (or her).The doctor’s office needs to find a billable reason to submit (or re-submit) the claim as part of your medical treatment to Medicaid. It is absolutely a normal responsibility of their billing office to find a way to get insurance to reimburse. The failure is theirs, and turning the bill over to you would be ridiculous.If they accept Medicaid to begin with, they have to deal with the government’s complex processes to get paid. Generally, when a claim is denied a new reason to justify the doctor patient interaction will be necessary. I would guess “encounter for administrative reason” was sent. It is often too vague to justify payment. They may need to include the diagnosis behind your medical disability. If they have seen you before, and medical claims have bern accepted on those visits, then a resubmission for timely follow-up on those conditions could be justifued as reason for payment. The fact is, Medicaid is in a huge free-fall and payments are coming much more slowly since the new year. $800 billion is planned to be cut and possibly $600 billion on top of that. When we call their phone line for assistance, wait times are over two hours, if any one even answers. Expect less offices to accept new Medicaid, and many will be dismissing their Medicaid clients. If the office closes due to poor financial decisions, they can be of no service to anyone.Sister, things are rough all over.
Does a NAFTA TN Management consultant in the U.S. still need to fill out an i-9 form even though they are an independent contractor?Yes.You must still prove work authorization even though you are a contractor. You will fill out the I9 and indicate that you are an alien authorized to work, and provide the relevant details of your TN visa in support of your application.Hope this helps.