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Do I need US EIN taxpayer ID to properly fill out a W8-BEN form?
Since I have asked this question, I believe that I should share the knowledge I have managed to collect in its regard.So, it appears that you should file a SS-4 form to apply for the Employer Identification Number (EIN). To this successfully you will need to have a contract signed with customer in the USA. You will have to show given contract to the US IRA.The downside of this method is that:It requires for you to sign contract with US party prior to the acquiring the EINYou will have to mail originals of your Passport/Natinal ID and contract to the IRA.Instead of going that way, I have decided to register my own "Disregarded entity"-type LLC.If you are also considering going that way, please note that the most popular state for registering such companies (namely, Delaware) is not necessary best for your particular case.AFAICK, tax-wise, there are two top states:Delaware (DE): Sales Tax = 0%, Income Tax = 6.95%Nevada (NV): Sales tax = 7.93%, Income Tax = 0%You will need to find registered agent to register your LLC properly.
Will Trump's $12B in trade aid be enough to help American farmers who are suffering from the recent tariffs?
The question of whether or not a $12-Billion aid package (read: taxpayer funded subsidies) for farmers “will be enough to help American farmers who are suffering from the recent tariffs?” • can be answered with some rather simple observations on economics …Round-up illegal individuals, many of whom work in farm labor. This decreases farm productivity. If State and/or Federal agents receive too many complaints about Americans going to work in the fields • that of wages, safety, etc • then you have to enforce. This is regulatory. It is mandated, by law, due to our legislatures. The more people you take out of the fields (i.e. deportation of illegal immigrants, who will often work for lesser pay in harsher conditions), the more the costs of basics, such as produce, will increase (when farmers need to come into compliance with standard labor laws that those who would not usually come forward to complain about are disposed of, and you ask people to do jobs they normally wouldn’t do • see the bill Kamala Harris was recently working on, which is meant to die in the US Senate, for perspective).A small bit of history. Many farmers are “conservative,” at least traditionally, they’re tight-fisted and fiscally conservative. Even in the “old-days” (before big-corporate farming), farming, in some or many instances after the Great Depression was subsidized by the US Federal Government. You also have to look at some other nuanced historical factors, such as one of the biggest agrarian disasters in modern history (i.e. The Dust Bowl), and the lessons learned from World War I, leading toward World War II (where we started significantly increasing crop productivity and longevity of basic staple and perishable crops, some of this due to huge advances in biological sciences).Simply put, looking at the history, there was a huge investiture of cash-flow into the agrarian economy, farmers were subsidized (read: money). Since this time, and since big-corporate outfit farming has consolidated a lot of things, leading into big-business lobbying for regulation, and legislation to edge-out competitors, as well as continue subsidies programs • that’s what it has become about: Money.Who is going to benefit from a $12-Billion aid package? Does a small farmer, struggling with wages and labor conditions have the time to be concerned with doing more paperwork? (Or, waiting on a smaller government footprint to never get around to reviewing that paperwork if there’s time to even fill it out?) Or, will a major corporate outfit who can afford the lawyers to do the paperwork for contracts and exports also find the time and expertise (and free cash flow) to apply for grants, and subsidies under this aid package.In the mean time, lets• take for example, reading about dead meat stacking-up due to the newly imposed trade war and tariffs • if you can’t make money exporting the product, you could sell it locally or domestically, if the market allows (i.e. other considerations, such as transportation, etc). You might make the same or less margin (or, maybe greater) by flooding the local, regional or national market with excess product, thus driving down the price-to-consumer. (We the people, pay less • but only if that stock is released, rather than letting it go to waste, and if the distribution capability and capacity is available, etc.)But, what really happens behind the scenes is that product under contract is listed as unavailable due to export/import tariffs, and, that “stock” sits in a warehouse until it spoils. And then it is a write-off. It’s also likely something that can be reimbursed under an “aid” package. So, what do you do if you’re fiscally smart and conservative: You don’t flood the market, you pay the minimal disposal costs (instead of increased distribution costs), and sit on the product until it spoils (because it’s under contract, but, the contract won’t allow for making a profit, so, product is unavailable to the contracted market), while doing the paper-work ahead of time.You’ve just minted yourself a dime (a write-off, waste, further subsidized and reimbursed).If you think this is somehow negative or cynical • it’s not. It’s just business. This is the way big-business farming works.To answer the question: Yes, it should be “enough,” but it is not, and, it is never enough given all of the nuanced factors that come into play. Who cares about the tariffs, there are other, additional considerations before Trump’s Trade War even started being played out.And, bottom line, even subsidizing farmers, the buck is passed to the tax payer, and someone has to pay for the federal government to prthe subsidies. (Instead of product which could be distributed and used domestically, driving prices-to-consumer down.) It’s a rigged gig.Some facts for readers:I have an uncle who owns a family farm (generational, being passed to his children).I’m familiar with negotiating contracts and supply in the agricultural industry.I’ve studied history and economics (in the above, respective domains).Questions like this rarely have good, direct, or simple answers. (Because while $12-Billion sounds like a lot, it’s really just a drop in the bucket, and only big-players will benefit.)
How does filling out a customer service survey effect the representative?
This will depend on a lot of factors but generally:good feedback is of course a great morale boost especially if there’s praise for a specific action which was well performed.negative feedback isn’t necessarily a bad blow to a customer service rep. In companies where there’s good staff morale and a positive culture constructive negative feedback is used to help a rep improve at their job. Good managers will also recognise a mean or unkind rant by a customer for what it is and make sure their employee is supported if they should receive something like that.Good managers also know when negative feedback is aimed at the company or product and not the actions of their representative and will corral that feedback appropriately. For example I’m aware that many customers using the feedback tool Hively will have a separate user where feedback related directly to the company product or service will be moved to so that a customer service rep doesn’t have their score unfairly affected by a problem that they didn’t have control over.If you ever feel the need to leave negative feedback just be clear, communicate what went wrong and differentiate between whether it’s the customer service or the product that’s problematic. There’s really no need to be unkind or mean when leaving feedback.Of course if you’re happy it’s always great to give someone some nice, positive feedback - you can really make someone’s day!
What percentage of a total group has to fill out a poll to make it a representative sample?
I’m used to dealing with enormous population in which you don’t look at the percent, but at total absolute numbers.Depends on the margin of error you can accept as well as the proportion you might expect. For example• if you are doing a poll between two candidates for public office and its a 50/50 chance, you can:Error = 1.96 * sqrt (0.5*0.5/Number of people)Number of people = 1.96^2*.5*.5/Error^2Let’s say you want no more than a 3% error. Do the math, you’ll need about 1068 people.Now let’s say you want no more than 3% error but one of the candidates is a neo-Nazi. So now instead of 50/50, maybe you expect a 10/90.Number of people = 1.96*2*0.1*0.9/Error^2The sample drops to 385.As the expected results get close to 0, the number of people you need will drop.Just one other caution - beyond the math, you need to make sure that your sample is large enough to capture the variability of the population. If you’re polling an area that is 100% white rural people, there isn’t much variability. If you’re polling an area that is multiracial, multigender, whatever, there’s going to be a lot of variability in your population. Even if the math says to get a certain number of people, variability = less precision and in those circumstances I would get more than the math requires - just to be on the safe side.
How much do taxpayers pay for senator & representatives• health care?
QUOTE: Mullin, however, went too far by claiming that members and staffers pay 100 percent of their insurance from the D.C. exchanges. That’s not accurate: They receive a taxpayer-funded subsidy for two-thirds of their premiums. And he misled his constituents by repeatedly asserting that taxpayers don’t pay for his salary or his insurance, or his staffs• insurance. We award Mullin three Pinocchios.They are allowed to call themselves small businesses if they have less than 50 employees.QUOTE:The FactsThe ACA requires members of Congress and many congressional staffers to leave the Federal Employees Health Benefit Program and join the health-care exchanges in the District. Through the federal plan, lawmakers and their staff members had about 70 percent of their insurance premiums covered by the federal government.More on: Analysis | Do members of Congress pay for 100 percent of their health insurance?
How does one get invited to the Quora Partner Program? What criteria do they use, or is it completely random?
I live in Germany. I got an invite to the Quora partner program the day I landed in USA for a business trip. So from what I understand, irrespective of the number of views on your answers, there is some additional eligibility criteria for you to even get an email invite.If you read the terms of service, point 1 states:Eligibility. You must be located in the United States to participate in this Program. If you are a Quora employee, you are eligible to participate and earn up to a maximum of $200 USD a month. You also agree to be bound by the Platform Terms (https://www.quora.com/about/tos) as a condition of participation.Again, if you check the FAQ section:How can other people I know .participate?The program is invite-only at this time, but we intend to open it up to more people as time goes on.So my guess is that Quora is currently targeting people based out of USA, who are active on Quora, may or may not be answering questions frequently ( I have not answered questions frequently in the past year or so) and have a certain number of consistent answer views.Edit 1: Thanks to @Anita Scotch, I got to know that the Quora partner program is now available for other countries too. Copying Anuta’s comment here:If you reside in one of the Countries, The Quora Partner Program is active in, you are eligible to participate in the program.” ( I read more will be added, at some point, but here are the countries, currently eligible at this writing,) U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Australia.11/14/2018Edit 2 : Here is the latest list of countries with 3 new additions eligible for the Quora Partner program:U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, India and Brazil.Thanks to Monoswita Rez for informing me about this update.
My wife is working for a new company that wants to issue her a 1099 for contract work. Should I have them pay our LLC (which is an S-Corp) instead of through a W-9?
Before we start, I'd like to clarify something.  A W-9 form is a Request for Taxpayer information and serves as the basis for the 1099 form that will be issued at the end of the calendar year.  Most companies will not issue any checks without first having this information in their hands.  Your wife will have to fill out one, no matter what (assuming she wants to be paid).Now, on to you question.  For your wife, there are two compensation options for a non-employee (i.e. independent contractor):They can make the checks payable to her personallyThey can make the checks payable to your S CorpI would advise that you have the checks made payable to the S Corp.  The primary reason is that, to a certain extent, you will avoid self employment taxes, namely FICA (6.2%) and Medicare (1.45%).Had your wife been an employee of the company, these 'payroll taxes' would be paid by the employer.  They represent a 'matching amount' that employer pays, based upon how much is deducted from an employees' gross pay for these taxes.However, when you are self-employed, rather than the employer paying these taxes, you pay this matching portion.The tax advantage of an S Corp is that the earnings of this type of entity is not subject self employment taxes, whereas, if the check is payable directly to your wife, they are.This is outside the scope of your question, but related.  The IRS is determined to get 'some' payroll taxes from your S Corp.  You must pay all shareholders who participate in the operations a reasonable salary.  In doing so, your S Corp will be required to pay the FICA and Medicare taxes for anyone on payroll.  Many S Corp owners mistakenly believe they can simply pay themselves no official salary, thereby escaping the payroll taxes.  Further reading:S Corporation SE Avoidance Still A Solid StrategyS Corporation Taxes, Self Employment Tax Savings
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