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Filing state tax 8. Filing state tax   Paying Tax Through Withholding or Estimated Tax Table of Contents Introduction Topics - This chapter discusses: Useful Items - You may want to see: Notification of Alien Status Withholding From CompensationWithholding on Wages Withholding on Pensions Withholding on Tip Income Independent Contractors Withholding From Other IncomeTax Withheld on Partnership Income Withholding on Scholarships and Fellowship Grants Income Entitled to Tax Treaty BenefitsStudents, teachers, and researchers. Filing state tax Tax Withheld on Real Property Sales Social Security and Medicare TaxesStudents and Exchange Visitors Agricultural Workers Self-Employment Tax International Social Security Agreements Estimated Tax Form 1040-ES (NR)Fiscal year. Filing state tax Introduction This chapter discusses how to pay your U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax as you earn or receive income during the year. Filing state tax In general, the federal income tax is a pay as you go tax. Filing state tax There are two ways to pay as you go. Filing state tax Withholding. Filing state tax If you are an employee, your employer probably withholds income tax from your pay. Filing state tax Tax may also be withheld from certain other income—including pensions, bonuses, commissions, and gambling winnings. Filing state tax In each case, the amount withheld is paid to the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Treasury in your name. Filing state tax Estimated tax. Filing state tax If you do not pay your tax through withholding, or do not pay enough tax that way, you might have to pay estimated tax. Filing state tax People who are in business for themselves generally will have to pay their tax this way. Filing state tax You may have to pay estimated tax if you receive income such as dividends, interest, rent, and royalties. Filing state tax Estimated tax is used to pay not only income tax, but self-employment tax and alternative minimum tax as well. Filing state tax Topics - This chapter discusses: How to notify your employer of your alien status, Income subject to withholding of income tax, Exemptions from withholding, Social security and Medicare taxes, and Estimated tax rules. Filing state tax Useful Items - You may want to see: Publication 515 Withholding of Tax on Nonresident Aliens and Foreign Entities 901 U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Tax Treaties Form (and Instructions) W-4 Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate W-8BEN Certificate of Foreign Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding and Reporting (Individuals) W-8ECI Certificate of Foreign Person's Claim That Income Is Effectively Connected With the Conduct of a Trade or Business in the United States W-9 Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification 1040-ES (NR) U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Estimated Tax for Nonresident Alien Individuals 8233 Exemption From Withholding on Compensation for Independent (and Certain Dependent) Personal Services of a Nonresident Alien Individual 8288-B Application for Withholding Certificate for Dispositions by Foreign Persons of U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Real Property Interests 13930 Application for Central Withholding Agreement See chapter 12 for information about getting these publications and forms. Filing state tax Notification of Alien Status You must let your employer know whether you are a resident or a nonresident alien so your employer can withhold the correct amount of tax from your wages. Filing state tax If you are a resident alien under the rules discussed in chapter 1, you must file Form W-9 or a similar statement with your employer. Filing state tax If you are a nonresident alien under those rules, you must furnish to your employer Form 8233 or Form W-8BEN, establishing that you are a foreign person, or Form W-4, establishing that your compensation is subject to graduated withholding at the same rates as resident aliens or U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax If you are a resident alien and you receive income other than wages (such as dividends and royalties) from sources within the United States, file Form W-9 or similar statement with the withholding agent (generally, the payer of the income) so the agent will not withhold tax on the income at the 30% (or lower treaty) rate. Filing state tax If you receive this type of income as a nonresident alien, file Form W-8BEN with the withholding agent so that the agent will withhold tax at the 30% (or lower treaty) rate. Filing state tax However, if the income is effectively connected with a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax trade or business, file Form W-8ECI instead. Filing state tax Withholding From Compensation The following discussion generally applies only to nonresident aliens. Filing state tax Tax is withheld from resident aliens in the same manner as U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax Wages and other compensation paid to a nonresident alien for services performed as an employee are usually subject to graduated withholding at the same rates as resident aliens and U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax Therefore, your compensation, unless it is specifically excluded from the term “wages” by law, or is exempt from tax by treaty, is subject to graduated withholding. Filing state tax Withholding on Wages If you are an employee and you receive wages subject to graduated withholding, you will be required to fill out a Form W-4. Filing state tax Also fill out Form W-4 for a scholarship or fellowship grant to the extent it represents payment for past, present, or future services and for which you are not claiming a tax treaty withholding exemption on Form 8233 (discussed later under Income Entitled to Tax Treaty Benefits). Filing state tax These are services you are required to perform as an employee and as a condition of receiving the scholarship or fellowship (or tuition reduction). Filing state tax Nonresident aliens should fill out Form W-4 using the following instructions instead of the instructions on the Form W-4. Filing state tax This is because of the restrictions on a nonresident alien's filing status, the limited number of personal exemptions a nonresident alien is allowed, and because a nonresident alien cannot claim the standard deduction. Filing state tax Enter your social security number (SSN) on line 2. Filing state tax Do not enter an individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN). Filing state tax Check only “Single” marital status on line 3 (regardless of your actual marital status). Filing state tax Claim only one allowance on line 5, unless you are a resident of Canada, Mexico, or South Korea, or a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax national. Filing state tax Write “Nonresident Alien” or “NRA” on the dotted line on line 6. Filing state tax You can request additional withholding on line 6 at your option. Filing state tax Do not claim “Exempt” withholding status on line 7. Filing state tax A U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax national is an individual who, although not a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizen, owes his or her allegiance to the United States. Filing state tax U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax nationals include American Samoans, and Northern Mariana Islanders who chose to become U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax nationals instead of U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax See Withholding on Scholarships and Fellowship Grants later, for how to fill out Form W-4 if you receive a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax source scholarship or fellowship grant that is not a payment for services. Filing state tax Students and business apprentices from India. Filing state tax   If you are eligible for the benefits of Article 21(2) of the United States-India Income Tax Treaty, you may claim an additional withholding allowance for the standard deduction. Filing state tax You can claim an additional withholding allowance for your spouse only if your spouse will have no gross income for 2013 and cannot be claimed as a dependent on another U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax taxpayer's 2013 return. Filing state tax You may also claim an additional withholding allowance for each of your dependents not admitted to the United States on “F-2,” “J-2,” or “M-2” visas if they meet the same rules that apply to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax Household employees. Filing state tax   If you work as a household employee, your employer does not have to withhold income tax. Filing state tax However, you may agree to voluntary income tax withholding by filing a Form W-4 with your employer. Filing state tax The agreement goes into effect when your employer accepts the agreement by beginning the withholding. Filing state tax You or your employer may end the agreement by letting the other know in writing. Filing state tax Agricultural workers. Filing state tax   If you are an agricultural worker on an H-2A visa, your employer does not have to withhold income tax. Filing state tax However, your employer will withhold income tax only if you and your employer agree to withhold. Filing state tax In that case, you must provide your employer with a properly completed Form W-4. Filing state tax You can find more information about not having tax withheld at www. Filing state tax irs. Filing state tax gov/Individuals/International-Taxpayers/Foreign-Agricultural-Workers. Filing state tax Wages Exempt From Withholding Wages that are exempt from U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax under an income tax treaty are generally exempt from withholding. Filing state tax For information on how to claim this exemption from withholding, see Income Entitled to Tax Treaty Benefits , later. Filing state tax Wages paid to aliens who are residents of American Samoa, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, or the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Virgin Islands may be exempt from withholding. Filing state tax The following paragraphs explain these exemptions. Filing state tax Residents of Canada or Mexico engaged in transportation-related employment. Filing state tax   Certain residents of Canada or Mexico who enter or leave the United States at frequent intervals are not subject to withholding on their wages. Filing state tax These persons either: Perform duties in transportation service between the United States and Canada or Mexico, or Perform duties connected to the construction, maintenance, or operation of a waterway, viaduct, dam, or bridge crossed by, or crossing, the boundary between the United States and Canada or the boundary between the United States and Mexico. Filing state tax    This employment is subject to withholding of social security and Medicare taxes unless the services are performed for a railroad. Filing state tax   To qualify for the exemption from withholding during a tax year, a Canadian or Mexican resident must give the employer a statement in duplicate with name, address, and identification number, certifying that the resident: Is not a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizen or resident, Is a resident of Canada or Mexico, whichever applies, and Expects to perform duties previously described during the tax year in question. Filing state tax   The statement can be in any form, but it must be dated and signed by the employee and must include a written declaration that it is made under the penalties of perjury. Filing state tax Residents of American Samoa and Puerto Rico. Filing state tax   If you are a nonresident alien employee who is a resident of American Samoa or Puerto Rico, wages for services performed in American Samoa or Puerto Rico are generally not subject to withholding unless you are an employee of the United States or any of its agencies in American Samoa or Puerto Rico. Filing state tax Residents of the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Virgin Islands. Filing state tax   Nonresident aliens who are bona fide residents of the U. Filing state tax S Virgin Islands are not subject to withholding of U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax tax on income earned while temporarily employed in the United States. Filing state tax This is because those persons pay their income tax to the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Virgin Islands. Filing state tax To avoid having tax withheld on income earned in the United States, bona fide residents of the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Virgin Islands should write a letter, in duplicate, to their employers, stating that they are bona fide residents of the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Virgin Islands and expect to pay tax on all income to the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Virgin Islands. Filing state tax Withholding on Pensions If you receive a pension as a result of personal services performed in the United States, the pension income is subject to the 30% (or lower treaty) rate of withholding. Filing state tax You may, however, have tax withheld at graduated rates on the portion of the pension that arises from the performance of services in the United States after December 31, 1986. Filing state tax You must fill out Form W-8BEN and give it to the withholding agent or payer before the income is paid or credited to you. Filing state tax Withholding on Tip Income Tips you receive during the year for services performed in the United States are subject to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax. Filing state tax Include them in taxable income. Filing state tax In addition, tips received while working for one employer, amounting to $20 or more in a month, are subject to graduated withholding. Filing state tax Independent Contractors If there is no employee-employer relationship between you and the person for whom you perform services, your compensation is subject to the 30% (or lower treaty) rate of withholding. Filing state tax However, if you are engaged in a trade or business in the United States during the tax year, your compensation for personal services as an independent contractor (independent personal services) may be entirely or partly exempt from withholding if you reach an agreement with the Internal Revenue Service on the amount of withholding required. Filing state tax An agreement that you reach with the IRS regarding withholding from your compensation for independent personal services is effective for payments covered by the agreement after it is agreed to by all parties. Filing state tax You must agree to timely file an income tax return for the current tax year. Filing state tax Central withholding agreements. Filing state tax   If you are a nonresident alien entertainer or athlete performing or participating in athletic events in the United States, you may be able to enter into a withholding agreement with the IRS for reduced withholding provided certain requirements are met. Filing state tax Under no circumstances will such a withholding agreement reduce taxes withheld to less than the anticipated amount of income tax liability. Filing state tax   File Form 13930 and the required attachments with the IRS to request a central withholding agreement. Filing state tax Either you or your authorized representative can file the form. Filing state tax It should be sent to the IRS at least 45 days before the tour begins or the event occurs. Filing state tax Exceptions will be considered on a case by case basis. Filing state tax   For more information on the CWA program, go to www. Filing state tax irs. Filing state tax gov/Individuals/International-Taxpayers/Central-Withholding-Agreements. Filing state tax Final payment exemption. Filing state tax   Your final payment of compensation during the tax year for independent personal services may be entirely or partly exempt from withholding. Filing state tax This exemption is available only once during your tax year and applies to a maximum of $5,000 of compensation. Filing state tax To obtain this exemption, you or your agent must give the following statements and information to the Commissioner or his delegate. Filing state tax A statement by each withholding agent from whom you have received gross income effectively connected with a trade or business in the United States during the tax year, showing the amount of income paid and the tax withheld. Filing state tax Each statement must be signed by the withholding agent and verified by a declaration that it is made under penalties of perjury. Filing state tax A statement by the withholding agent from whom you expect to receive the final payment of compensation, showing the amount of the payment and the amount of tax that would be withheld if a final payment exemption were not granted. Filing state tax This statement must also be signed by the withholding agent and verified by a declaration that it is made under penalties of perjury. Filing state tax A statement by you that you do not intend to receive any other income effectively connected with a trade or business in the United States during the current tax year. Filing state tax The amount of tax that has been withheld or paid under any other provision of the Internal Revenue Code or regulations for any income effectively connected with your trade or business in the United States during the current tax year. Filing state tax The amount of your outstanding tax liabilities, if any, including interest and penalties, from the current tax year or prior tax periods. Filing state tax Any provision of an income tax treaty under which a partial or complete exemption from withholding may be claimed, the country of your residence, and a statement of sufficient facts to justify an exemption under the treaty. Filing state tax A statement signed by you, and verified by a declaration that it is made under penalties of perjury, that all the information given is true and that to your knowledge no relevant information has been omitted. Filing state tax   If satisfied with the information, the IRS will determine the amount of your tentative income tax for the tax year on gross income effectively connected with your trade or business in the United States. Filing state tax Ordinary and necessary business expenses can be taken into account if proven to the satisfaction of the Commissioner or his delegate. Filing state tax   The Commissioner or his delegate will send you a letter, directed to the withholding agent, showing the amount of the final payment of compensation that is exempt from withholding and the amount that can be paid to you because of the exemption. Filing state tax You must give two copies of the letter to the withholding agent and must also attach a copy of the letter to your income tax return for the tax year for which the exemption is effective. Filing state tax Allowance for Personal Exemption Withholding on payments for independent personal services is generally based on the amount of your compensation payment minus the value of one exemption ($3,950 for 2014). Filing state tax To determine the income for independent personal services performed in the United States to which the 30% (or lower treaty) rate will apply, you are allowed one personal exemption if you are not a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax national and are not a resident of Canada, Mexico, or South Korea. Filing state tax For purposes of 30% withholding, the exemption is prorated at $10. Filing state tax 82 a day in 2014 for the period that labor or personal services are performed in the United States. Filing state tax To claim an exemption from withholding on the personal exemption amount, fill out the applicable parts of Form 8233 and give it to the withholding agent. Filing state tax Example. Filing state tax Eric Johannsen, who is a resident of Country X worked under a contract with a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax firm (not as an employee) in the United States for 100 days during 2014 before returning to his country. Filing state tax He earned $6,000 for the services performed (not considered wages) in the United States. Filing state tax Eric is married and has three dependent children. Filing state tax His wife is not employed and has no income subject to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax tax. Filing state tax The amount of the personal exemption to be allowed against the income for his personal services performed within the United States in 2014 is $1,082 (100 days × $10. Filing state tax 82), and withholding at 30% is applied against the balance. Filing state tax Thus, $1,475. Filing state tax 40 in tax is withheld from Eric's earnings (30% of $4,918 ($6,000 − $1,082). Filing state tax U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax nationals or residents of Canada, Mexico, or South Korea. Filing state tax   If you are a nonresident alien who is a resident of Canada, Mexico, or South Korea, or who is a national of the United States, you are subject to the same 30% withholding on your compensation for independent personal services performed in the United States. Filing state tax However, if you are a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax national or a resident of Canada or Mexico, you are allowed the same personal exemptions as U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax For the 30% (or lower treaty) rate withholding, you can take $10. Filing state tax 82 per day for each allowable exemption in 2014. Filing state tax If you are a resident of South Korea, you are allowed personal exemptions for yourself and for your spouse and children who live with you in the United States at any time during the tax year. Filing state tax However, the additional exemptions for your spouse and children must be further prorated as explained in chapter 5 under Exemptions . Filing state tax Students and business apprentices from India. Filing state tax   If you are eligible for the benefits of Article 21(2) of the United States-India Income Tax Treaty, you are allowed an exemption for your spouse only if your spouse will have no gross income for 2014 and cannot be claimed as a dependent on another U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax taxpayer's 2014 return. Filing state tax You are also allowed an exemption for each dependent not admitted to the United States on “F-2,” “J-2,” or “M-2” visas if they meet the same rules that apply to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax For the 30% (or lower treaty rate) withholding on compensation for independent personal services performed in the United States, you are allowed $10. Filing state tax 82 per day for each allowable exemption in 2014. Filing state tax Refund of Taxes Withheld in Error Multi-level marketing. Filing state tax   If you are a distributor for a multi-level marketing company who had taxes withheld in error, file a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax return (Form 1040NR, Form 1040NR-EZ, or Form 1120-F) or, if a tax return has already been filed, a claim for refund (Form 1040X or amended Form 1120-F) to recover the amount withheld in error. Filing state tax You must also attach to the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax return or claim for refund supporting information that includes, but is not limited to, the following items. Filing state tax A copy of your Form W-2, Form 1042-S, or Form 1099 to prove the amount of taxes withheld. Filing state tax A statement explaining why income reported on your Form W-2, Form 1042-S, or Form 1099 is not subject to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax taxation. Filing state tax A statement listing all the dates you entered and left the United States during the taxable year. Filing state tax If the compensation is multi-year compensation, the statement must list all the dates you entered and left the United States during each of the taxable years to which the compensation is attributable. Filing state tax A copy of any documents or records that show the number of days you actually were present in the United States during the years listed. Filing state tax A statement providing: (a) the number of days (or unit of time less than a day, if appropriate) that personal services were performed in the United States in connection with recruiting, training, and supporting your lower-tier distributors; and (b) the total number of days (or unit of time less than a day, if appropriate) that personal services were performed globally in connection with recruiting, training, and supporting your lower-tier distributors. Filing state tax Any further relevant document or record supporting your claim that the taxes were withheld in error. Filing state tax Withholding From Other Income Other income subject to 30% withholding generally includes fixed or determinable income such as interest (other than portfolio interest), dividends, pensions and annuities, and gains from certain sales and exchanges, discussed in chapter 4. Filing state tax It also includes 85% of social security benefits paid to nonresident aliens. Filing state tax Refund of taxes withheld in error on social security benefits paid to resident aliens. Filing state tax   Social security benefits paid to a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) are not subject to 30% withholding. Filing state tax For U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax purposes, green card holders continue to be resident aliens until their lawful permanent resident status under immigration laws is either taken away or is administratively or judicially determined to have been abandoned. Filing state tax See Green Card Test in chapter 1. Filing state tax If you are a green card holder and tax was withheld in error on your social security benefits because you have a foreign address, the withholding tax is refundable by the Social Security Administration (SSA) or the IRS. Filing state tax SSA will refund taxes erroneously withheld if the refund can be processed during the same calendar year in which the tax was withheld. Filing state tax If SSA cannot refund the taxes withheld, you must file a Form 1040 or 1040A with the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Austin, TX 73301 to determine if you are entitled to a refund. Filing state tax You must also attach the following to your Form 1040 or 1040A. Filing state tax A copy of Form SSA-1042S, Social Security Benefit Statement. Filing state tax A copy of the “green card. Filing state tax ” A signed declaration that includes the following statements: The SSA should not have withheld income tax from my social security benefits because I am a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax lawful permanent resident and my green card has been neither revoked nor administratively or judicially determined to have been abandoned. Filing state tax I am filing a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax return for the tax year as a resident alien reporting all of my worldwide income. Filing state tax I have not claimed benefits for the tax year under an income tax treaty as the resident of a country other than the United States. Filing state tax Other income not subject to withholding of 30% (or lower treaty) rate. Filing state tax   The following income is not subject to withholding at the 30% (or lower treaty) rate if you file Form W-8ECI with the payer of the income. Filing state tax Income (other than compensation) that is effectively connected with your U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax trade or business. Filing state tax Income from real property that you choose to treat as effectively connected with a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax trade or business. Filing state tax See Income From Real Property in chapter 4 for details about this choice. Filing state tax   Special rules for withholding on partnership income, scholarships, and fellowships are explained next. Filing state tax Tax Withheld on Partnership Income If you are a foreign partner in a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax or foreign partnership, the partnership will withhold tax on your share of effectively connected taxable income (ECTI) from the partnership. Filing state tax You may be able to reduce your ECTI subject to withholding by certain partner-level deductions. Filing state tax Generally, you must use Form 8804-C for this purpose. Filing state tax See the Instructions for Form 8804-C for more information. Filing state tax The withholding rate on your share of effectively connected income is generally the highest rate of tax specified under section 1 of the Code (39. Filing state tax 6% for 2014). Filing state tax However, the partnership may withhold at the highest rate that applies to a particular type of income allocable to you if you gave the partnership the appropriate documentation. Filing state tax Long-term capital gain is an example of a particular type of income to which the highest tax rate applies. Filing state tax Claim the tax withheld as a credit on your 2014 Form 1040NR. Filing state tax The partnership will give you a statement on Form 8805, Foreign Partner's Information Statement of Section 1446 Withholding Tax, showing the tax withheld. Filing state tax A partnership that is publicly traded will withhold tax on your actual distributions of effectively connected income. Filing state tax In this case the partnership will give you a statement on Form 1042-S, Foreign Person's U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Source Income Subject to Withholding. Filing state tax Withholding on Scholarships and Fellowship Grants There is no withholding on a qualified scholarship received by a candidate for a degree. Filing state tax See chapter 3. Filing state tax If you are a nonresident alien student or grantee with an “F,” “J,” “M,” or “Q” visa and you receive a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax source grant or scholarship that is not fully exempt, the withholding agent (usually the payer of the scholarship) withholds tax at 14% (or lower treaty rate) of the taxable part of the grant or scholarship that is not a payment for services. Filing state tax However, if you are not a candidate for a degree and the grant does not meet certain requirements, tax will be withheld at the 30% (or lower treaty) rate. Filing state tax Any part of a scholarship or fellowship grant that is a payment for services is subject to graduated withholding as discussed earlier under Withholding on Wages. Filing state tax Alternate Withholding Procedure Your withholding agent may choose to use an alternate procedure by asking you to fill out Form W-4 and the Personal Allowances Worksheet (attached to Form W-4). Filing state tax Use the following instructions instead of the Form W-4 instructions to complete the worksheet. Filing state tax Line A. Filing state tax   Enter the total of the following amounts on line A. Filing state tax Personal exemption. Filing state tax   Include the prorated part of your allowable personal exemption. Filing state tax Figure the amount by multiplying the number of days you expect to be in the United States in 2014 by the daily exemption amount ($10. Filing state tax 82). Filing state tax Expenses. Filing state tax   Include expenses that will be deductible on your return. Filing state tax These include away-from-home expenses (meals, lodging, and transportation), certain state and local income taxes, charitable contributions, and casualty losses, discussed earlier under Itemized Deductions in chapter 5. Filing state tax They also include business expenses, moving expenses, and the IRA deduction discussed under Deductions in chapter 5. Filing state tax Nontaxable grant or scholarship. Filing state tax   Include the part of your grant or scholarship that is not taxable under U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax law or under a tax treaty. Filing state tax Line B. Filing state tax   Enter -0- unless the following paragraph applies to you. Filing state tax   If you are a student who qualifies under Article 21(2) of the United States-India Income Tax Treaty, and you are not claiming deductions for away-from-home expenses or other itemized deductions (discussed earlier), enter the standard deduction on line B. Filing state tax The standard deduction amount for 2013 is $6,100. Filing state tax Lines C and D. Filing state tax   Enter -0- on both lines unless the following paragraphs apply to you. Filing state tax   If you are a resident of Canada, Mexico, South Korea, or a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax national, an additional daily exemption amount may be allowed for your spouse and each of your dependents. Filing state tax   If you are a resident of India who is eligible for the benefits of Article 21(2) of the United States-India Income Tax Treaty, you can claim an additional daily exemption amount for your spouse only if your spouse will have no gross income for 2014 and cannot be claimed as a dependent on another U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax taxpayer's 2014 return. Filing state tax You can also claim an additional amount for each of your dependents not admitted to the United States on “F-2,” “J-2,” or “M-2” visas if they meet the same rules that apply to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax   Enter any additional amount for your spouse on line C. Filing state tax Enter any additional amount for your dependents on line D. Filing state tax Lines E, F, and G. Filing state tax   No entries should be made on lines E, F, and G. Filing state tax Line H. Filing state tax   Add the amounts on lines A through D and enter the total on line H. Filing state tax Form W-4. Filing state tax   Complete lines 1 through 4 of Form W-4. Filing state tax Sign and date the form and give it with the Personal Allowances Worksheet to your withholding agent. Filing state tax   If you file a Form W-4 to reduce or eliminate the withholding on your scholarship or grant, you must file an annual U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax return to be allowed the exemptions and deductions you claimed on that form. Filing state tax If you are in the United States during more than one tax year, you must attach a statement to your yearly Form W-4 indicating that you have filed a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax return for the previous year. Filing state tax If you have not been in the United States long enough to be required to file a return, you must attach a statement to your Form W-4 saying you will file a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax return when required. Filing state tax After the withholding agent has accepted your Form W-4, tax will be withheld on your scholarship or grant at the graduated rates that apply to wages. Filing state tax The gross amount of the income is reduced by the amount on line H of the worksheet and the withholding tax is figured on the remainder. Filing state tax You will receive a Form 1042-S from the withholding agent (usually the payer of your grant) showing the gross amount of your taxable scholarship or fellowship grant less the withholding allowance amount, the tax rate, and the amount of tax withheld. Filing state tax Use this form to prepare your annual U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax return. Filing state tax Income Entitled to Tax Treaty Benefits If a tax treaty between the United States and your country provides an exemption from, or a reduced rate of, tax for certain items of income, you should notify the payor of the income (the withholding agent) of your foreign status to claim a tax treaty withholding exemption. Filing state tax Generally, you do this by filing either Form W-8BEN or Form 8233 with the withholding agent. Filing state tax File Form W-8BEN for income that is not personal services income. Filing state tax File Form 8233 for personal services income as discussed next. Filing state tax Employees and independent contractors. Filing state tax   If you perform personal services as an employee or as an independent contractor and you can claim an exemption from withholding on that personal service income because of a tax treaty, give Form 8233 to each withholding agent from whom amounts will be received. Filing state tax   Even if you submit Form 8233, the withholding agent may have to withhold tax from your income. Filing state tax This is because the factors on which the treaty exemption is based may not be determinable until after the close of the tax year. Filing state tax In this case, you must file Form 1040NR (or Form 1040NR-EZ if you qualify) to recover any overwithheld tax and to provide the IRS with proof that you are entitled to the treaty exemption. Filing state tax Students, teachers, and researchers. Filing state tax   Students, teachers, and researchers must attach the appropriate statement shown in Appendix A (for students) or Appendix B (for teachers and researchers) at the end of this publication to the Form 8233 and give it to the withholding agent. Filing state tax For treaties not listed in the appendices, attach a statement in a format similar to those for other treaties. Filing state tax   If you received a scholarship or fellowship and personal services income from the same withholding agent, use Form 8233 to claim an exemption from withholding based on a tax treaty for both types of income. Filing state tax Special events and promotions. Filing state tax   Withholding at the full 30% rate is required for payments made to a nonresident alien or foreign corporation for gate receipts (or television or other receipts) from rock music festivals, boxing promotions, and other entertainment or sporting events, unless the withholding agent has been specifically advised otherwise by letter from the IRS. Filing state tax Form 13930 is used to request a reduction in withholding. Filing state tax Withholding may be required even if the income may be exempt from taxation by provisions of a tax treaty. Filing state tax One reason for this is that the partial or complete exemption is usually based on factors that cannot be determined until after the close of the tax year. Filing state tax You will be required to pay U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax tax, at the time of your departure from the United States, on any income for which you incorrectly claimed a treaty exemption. Filing state tax For more details on treaty provisions that apply to compensation, see Publication 901. Filing state tax Tax Withheld on Real Property Sales If you are a nonresident alien and you dispose of a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax real property interest, the transferee (buyer) of the property generally must withhold a tax equal to 10% of the amount realized on the disposition. Filing state tax A distribution by a qualified investment entity to a nonresident alien shareholder that is treated as gain from the sale or exchange of a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax real property interest by the shareholder is subject to withholding at 35%. Filing state tax Withholding is also required on certain distributions and other transactions by domestic or foreign corporations, partnerships, trusts, and estates. Filing state tax These rules are covered in Publication 515. Filing state tax For information on the tax treatment of dispositions of U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax real property interests, see Real Property Gain or Loss in chapter 4. Filing state tax If you are a partner in a domestic partnership, and the partnership disposes of a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax real property interest at a gain, the partnership will withhold tax on the amount of gain allocable to its foreign partners. Filing state tax Your share of the income and tax withheld will be reported to you on Form 8805, Foreign Partner's Information Statement of Section 1446 Withholding Tax, or Form 1042-S, Foreign Person's U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Source Income Subject to Withholding (in the case of a publicly traded partnership). Filing state tax Withholding is not required in the following situations. Filing state tax The property is acquired by the buyer for use as a residence and the amount realized (sales price) is not more than $300,000. Filing state tax The property disposed of is an interest in a domestic corporation if any class of stock of the corporation is regularly traded on an established securities market. Filing state tax However, this exception does not apply to certain dispositions of substantial amounts of non-publicly traded interests in publicly traded corporations. Filing state tax The property disposed of is an interest in a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax corporation that is not regularly traded on an established market and you (the seller) give the buyer a copy of a statement issued by the corporation certifying that the interest is not a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax real property interest. Filing state tax You (the seller) give the buyer a certification stating, under penalties of perjury, that you are not a foreign person, and containing your name, U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax taxpayer identification number, and home address. Filing state tax You can give the certification to a qualified substitute. Filing state tax The qualified substitute gives the buyer a statement, under penalties of perjury, that the certification is in the possession of the qualified substitute. Filing state tax For this purpose, a qualified substitute is (a) the person (including any attorney or title company) responsible for closing the transaction, other than your agent, and (b) the buyer's agent. Filing state tax The buyer receives a withholding certificate from the Internal Revenue Service. Filing state tax You give the buyer written notice that you are not required to recognize any gain or loss on the transfer because of a nonrecognition provision in the Internal Revenue Code or a provision in a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax tax treaty. Filing state tax The buyer must file a copy of the notice with the Ogden Service Center, P. Filing state tax O. Filing state tax Box 409101, Ogden, UT 84409. Filing state tax You must verify the notice as true and sign it under penalties of perjury. Filing state tax The notice must contain the following information. Filing state tax A statement that the notice is a notice of nonrecognition under regulation section 1. Filing state tax 1445-2(d)(2). Filing state tax Your name, taxpayer identification number, and home address. Filing state tax A statement that you are not required to recognize any gain or loss on the transfer. Filing state tax A brief description of the transfer. Filing state tax A brief summary of the law and facts supporting your claim that recognition of gain or loss is not required. Filing state tax You may not give the buyer a written notice for any of the following transfers: the sale of your main home on which you exclude gain, a like-kind exchange that does not qualify for nonrecognition treatment in its entirety, or a deferred like-kind exchange that has not been completed at the time the buyer must file Form 8288. Filing state tax Instead, a withholding certificate (described next) must be obtained. Filing state tax The amount you realize on the transfer of a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax real property interest is zero. Filing state tax The property is acquired by the United States, a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax state or possession, a political subdivision, or the District of Columbia. Filing state tax The distribution is from a domestically controlled qualified investment entity (QIE) and is treated as a distribution of a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax real property interest only because an interest in the entity was disposed of in an applicable wash sale transaction. Filing state tax For the definition of a QIE, see Qualified investment entities under Real Property Gain or Loss, earlier. Filing state tax See Wash sale under Real Property Gain or Loss in chapter 4. Filing state tax The certifications in (3) and (4) must be disregarded by the buyer if the buyer or qualified substitute has actual knowledge, or receives notice from a seller's or buyer's agent (or substitute), that they are false. Filing state tax This also applies to the qualified substitute's statement under (4). Filing state tax Withholding certificates. Filing state tax   The tax required to be withheld on a disposition can be reduced or eliminated under a withholding certificate issued by the IRS. Filing state tax Either you or the buyer can request a withholding certificate. Filing state tax   A withholding certificate can be issued due to any of the following. Filing state tax The IRS determines that reduced withholding is appropriate because either: The amount required to be withheld would be more than your maximum tax liability, or Withholding of the reduced amount would not jeopardize collection of the tax. Filing state tax All of your realized gain is exempt from U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax tax. Filing state tax You or the buyer enters into an agreement for the payment of tax providing security for the tax liability. Filing state tax   Get Publication 515 and Form 8288-B for information on procedures to request a withholding certificate. Filing state tax Credit for tax withheld. Filing state tax   The buyer must report and pay over the withheld tax within 20 days after the transfer using Form 8288, U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Withholding Tax Return for Dispositions by Foreign Persons of U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Real Property Interests. Filing state tax This form is filed with the IRS with copies A and B of Form 8288-A, Statement of Withholding on Dispositions by Foreign Persons of U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Real Property Interests. Filing state tax Copy B of this statement will be stamped received by the IRS and returned to you (the seller) if the statement is complete and includes your taxpayer identification number (TIN). Filing state tax You must file Copy B with your tax return to take credit for the tax withheld. Filing state tax   A stamped copy of Form 8288-A will not be provided to you if your TIN is not included on that form. Filing state tax The IRS will send you a letter requesting the TIN and providing instructions for how to get a TIN. Filing state tax When you provide the IRS with a TIN, the IRS will provide you with a stamped Copy B of Form 8288-A. Filing state tax Social Security and Medicare Taxes If you work as an employee in the United States, you must pay social security and Medicare taxes in most cases. Filing state tax Your payments of these taxes contribute to your coverage under the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax social security system. Filing state tax Social security coverage provides retirement benefits, survivors and disability benefits, and medical insurance (Medicare) benefits to individuals who meet certain eligibility requirements. Filing state tax In most cases, the first $113,700 of taxable wages received in 2013 for services performed in the United States is subject to social security tax. Filing state tax All taxable wages are subject to Medicare tax. Filing state tax Your employer deducts these taxes from each wage payment. Filing state tax Your employer must deduct these taxes even if you do not expect to qualify for social security or Medicare benefits. Filing state tax You can claim a credit for excess social security tax on your income tax return if you have more than one employer and the amount deducted from your combined wages for 2013 is more than $7,049. Filing state tax 40. Filing state tax Use the appropriate worksheet in chapter 3 of Publication 505, Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax, to figure your credit. Filing state tax If any one employer deducted more than $7,049. Filing state tax 40, you cannot claim a credit for that amount. Filing state tax Ask your employer to refund the excess. Filing state tax If your employer does not refund the excess, you can file a claim for refund using Form 843. Filing state tax In general, U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax social security and Medicare taxes apply to payments of wages for services performed as an employee in the United States, regardless of the citizenship or residence of either the employee or the employer. Filing state tax In limited situations, these taxes apply to wages for services performed outside the United States. Filing state tax Your employer should be able to tell you if social security and Medicare taxes apply to your wages. Filing state tax You cannot make voluntary payments if no taxes are due. Filing state tax Additional Medicare Tax. Filing state tax   Beginning in 2013, in addition to the Medicare tax, a 0. Filing state tax 9% Additional Medicare Tax applies to Medicare wages, Railroad Retirement Tax Act (RRTA) compensation, and self-employment income that are more than: $250,000 if married filing jointly, $125,000 if married filing separately, or $200,000 for any other filing status. Filing state tax   There are no special rules for nonresident aliens for purposes of Additional Medicare Tax. Filing state tax Wages, RRTA compensation, and self-employment income that are subject to Medicare tax will also be subject to Additional Medicare Tax if in excess of the applicable threshold. Filing state tax   Your employer is responsible for withholding the 0. Filing state tax 9% Additional Medicare Tax on Medicare wages or RRTA compensation it pays to you in excess of $200,000 in the calendar year. Filing state tax If you intend to file a joint return and you anticipate that you and your spouse's individual wages are not going to be more than $200,000 but your combined wages and self-employment income are going to be more than $250,000, you may want to request additional withholding on Form W-4 and/or make estimated tax payments. Filing state tax   If you file Form 1040NR, you must pay Additional Medicare Tax if the total of your wages and your self-employment income was more than $125,000 if married (Box 3, 4, or 5 on page 1 of Form 1040NR), or $200,000 if single or qualifying widow(er) (Box 1, 2, or 6 on page 1 of Form 1040NR). Filing state tax    See Form 8959, Additional Medicare Tax, and the Instructions for Form 8959 to determine whether you are required to pay Additional Medicare Tax. Filing state tax For more information on Additional Medicare Tax, go to IRS. Filing state tax gov and enter “Additional Medicare Tax” in the search box. Filing state tax   Self-employed individuals may also be required to pay Additional Medicare Tax. Filing state tax See Self-Employment Tax , later. Filing state tax Students and Exchange Visitors Generally, services performed by you as a nonresident alien temporarily in the United States as a nonimmigrant under subparagraph (F), (J), (M), or (Q) of section 101(a)(15) of the Immigration and Nationality Act are not covered under the social security program if the services are performed to carry out the purpose for which you were admitted to the United States. Filing state tax This means that there will be no withholding of social security or Medicare taxes from the pay you receive for these services. Filing state tax These types of services are very limited, and generally include only on-campus work, practical training, and economic hardship employment. Filing state tax Social security and Medicare taxes will be withheld from your pay for these services if you are considered a resident alien as discussed in chapter 1, even though your nonimmigrant classification (“F,” “J,” “M,” or “Q”) remains the same. Filing state tax Services performed by a spouse or minor child of nonimmigrant aliens with the classification of “F-2,” “J-2,” “M-2,” and “Q-3” are covered under social security. Filing state tax Nonresident Alien Students If you are a nonresident alien temporarily admitted to the United States as a student, you generally are not permitted to work for a wage or salary or to engage in business while you are in the United States. Filing state tax In some cases, a student admitted to the United States in “F-1,” “M-1,” or “J-1” status is granted permission to work. Filing state tax Social security and Medicare taxes are not withheld from pay for the work unless the student is considered a resident alien. Filing state tax Any student who is enrolled and regularly attending classes at a school may be exempt from social security and Medicare taxes on pay for services performed for that school. Filing state tax The U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) permits on-campus work for students in “F-1” status if it does not displace a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax resident. Filing state tax On-campus work means work performed on the school's premises. Filing state tax On-campus work includes work performed at an off-campus location that is educationally affiliated with the school. Filing state tax On-campus work under the terms of a scholarship, fellowship, or assistantship is considered part of the academic program of a student taking a full course of study and is permitted by the USCIS. Filing state tax Social security and Medicare taxes are not withheld from pay for this work unless the student is considered a resident alien. Filing state tax If services performed by a nonresident alien student are not considered as performed to carry out the purpose for which the student was admitted to the United States, social security and Medicare taxes will be withheld from pay for the services unless the pay is exempt under the Internal Revenue Code. Filing state tax Exchange Visitors Exchange visitors are temporarily admitted to the United States under section 101(a)(15)(J) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Filing state tax Social security and Medicare taxes are not withheld on pay for services of an exchange visitor who has been given permission to work and who possesses or obtains a letter of authorization from the sponsor unless the exchange visitor is considered a resident alien. Filing state tax If services performed by an exchange visitor are not considered as performed to carry out the purpose for which the visitor was admitted to the United States, social security and Medicare taxes are withheld from pay for the services unless the pay is exempt under the Internal Revenue Code. Filing state tax Nonresident aliens temporarily admitted to the United States as participants in international cultural exchange programs under section 101(a)(15)(Q) of the Immigration and Nationality Act may be exempt from social security and Medicare taxes. Filing state tax The employer must be the petitioner through whom the alien obtained the “Q” visa. Filing state tax Social security and Medicare taxes are not withheld from pay for this work unless the alien is considered a resident alien. Filing state tax Refund of Taxes Withheld in Error If social security or Medicare taxes were withheld in error from pay that is not subject to these taxes, contact the employer who withheld the taxes for a refund. Filing state tax If you are unable to get a full refund of the amount from your employer, file a claim for refund with the Internal Revenue Service on Form 843, Claim for Refund and Request for Abatement. Filing state tax Attach the following items to Form 843. Filing state tax A copy of your Form W-2 to prove the amount of social security and Medicare taxes withheld. Filing state tax A copy of your visa. Filing state tax Form I-94 (or other documentation showing your dates of arrival or departure). Filing state tax If you have an F-1 visa, documentation showing permission to work in the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax If you have a J-1 visa, documentation showing permission to work in the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax If you are engaged in optional practical training or employment due to severe economic necessity, documentation showing permission to work in the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax A statement from your employer indicating the amount of the reimbursement your employer provided and the amount of the credit or refund your employer claimed or you authorized your employer to claim. Filing state tax If you cannot obtain this statement from your employer, you must provide this information on your own statement and explain why you are not attaching a statement from your employer or on Form 8316 claiming your employer will not issue the refund. Filing state tax If you were exempt from social security and Medicare tax for only part of the year, pay statements showing the tax paid during the period you were exempt. Filing state tax File Form 843 (with attachments) with the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Ogden, UT 84201-0038. Filing state tax Do not use Form 843 to request a refund of Additional Medicare Tax. Filing state tax If Additional Medicare Tax was withheld from your pay in error, you can claim a credit for any withheld Additional Medicare Tax against the total tax liability shown on your tax return by filing Form 8959 with Form 1040 or 1040NR. Filing state tax If Additional Medicare Tax was withheld in error in a prior year for which you already filed Form 1040 or 1040NR, you must file Form 1040X, Amended U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Individual Income Tax Return, for the prior year in which the wages or compensation were originally received to recover the Additional Medicare Tax withheld in error. Filing state tax See the Instructions for Form 1040X. Filing state tax Agricultural Workers Agricultural workers temporarily admitted into the United States on H-2A visas are exempt from social security and Medicare taxes on compensation paid to them for services performed in connection with the H-2A visa. Filing state tax You can find more information about not having tax withheld at www. Filing state tax irs. Filing state tax gov/Individuals/International-Taxpayers/Foreign-Agricultural-Workers. Filing state tax Self-Employment Tax Self-employment tax is the social security and Medicare taxes for individuals who are self-employed. Filing state tax Nonresident aliens are not subject to self-employment tax unless an international social security agreement in effect determines that they are covered under the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax social security system. Filing state tax Residents of the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, or American Samoa are considered U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax residents for this purpose and are subject to the self-employment tax. Filing state tax Resident aliens must pay self-employment tax under the same rules that apply to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens. Filing state tax However, a resident alien employed by an international organization, a foreign government, or a wholly-owned instrumentality of a foreign government is not subject to the self-employment tax on income earned in the United States. Filing state tax Self-employment income you receive while you are a resident alien is subject to self-employment tax even if it was paid for services you performed as a nonresident alien. Filing state tax Example. Filing state tax Bill Jones is an author engaged in the business of writing books. Filing state tax Bill had several books published in a foreign country while he was a citizen and resident of that country. Filing state tax During 2013, Bill entered the United States as a resident alien. Filing state tax After becoming a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax resident, he continued to receive royalties from his foreign publisher. Filing state tax Bill reports his income and expenses on the cash basis (he reports income on his tax return when received and deducts expenses when paid). Filing state tax Bill's 2013 self-employment income includes the royalties received after he became a U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax resident even though the books were published while he was a nonresident alien. Filing state tax This royalty income is subject to self-employment tax. Filing state tax Reporting self-employment tax. Filing state tax   Use Schedule SE (Form 1040) to report and figure your self-employment tax. Filing state tax Then enter the tax on Form 1040, line 56, or Form 1040NR, line 54. Filing state tax Attach Schedule SE to Form 1040 or Form 1040NR. Filing state tax Additional Medicare Tax. Filing state tax   Self-employed individuals must pay a 0. Filing state tax 9% Additional Medicare Tax on self-employment income that exceeds one of the following threshold amounts (based on your filing status): Married filing jointly — $250,000; Married filing separately — $125,000; Single, Head of household, or Qualifying widow(er) — $200,000. Filing state tax   If you have both wages and self-employment income, the threshold amount for applying the Additional Medicare Tax on the self-employment income is reduced (but not below zero) by the amount of wages subject to Additional Medicare Tax. Filing state tax A self-employment loss should not be considered for purposes of this tax   If you file Form 1040NR, you must pay Additional Medicare Tax if the total of your wages and your self-employment income was more than $125,000 if married (Box 3, 4, or 5 on page 1 of Form 1040NR), or $200,000 if single or qualifying widow(er) (Box 1, 2, or 6 on page 1 of Form 1040NR). Filing state tax   See Form 8959, Additional Medicare Tax, and the Instructions for Form 8959 to determine whether you are required to pay Additional Medicare Tax. Filing state tax For more information on Additional Medicare Tax, go to IRS. Filing state tax gov and enter “Additional Medicare Tax” in the search box. Filing state tax Deduction for employer-equivalent portion of self-employment tax. Filing state tax   If you must pay self-employment tax, you can deduct a portion of the self-employment tax paid in figuring your adjusted gross income. Filing state tax This deduction is figured on Schedule SE (Form 1040). Filing state tax Note. Filing state tax No portion of the Additional Medicare Tax is deductible for self-employment tax. Filing state tax More information. Filing state tax   Get Publication 334, Tax Guide for Small Business, for more information about self-employment tax. Filing state tax International Social Security Agreements The United States has entered into social security agreements with foreign countries to coordinate social security coverage and taxation of workers employed for part or all of their working careers in one of the countries. Filing state tax These agreements are commonly referred to as totalization agreements. Filing state tax Under these agreements, dual coverage and dual contributions (taxes) for the same work are eliminated. Filing state tax The agreements generally make sure that social security taxes (including self-employment tax) are paid only to one country. Filing state tax Agreements are in effect with the following countries. Filing state tax Australia. Filing state tax Austria. Filing state tax Belgium. Filing state tax Canada. Filing state tax Chile. Filing state tax Czech Republic. Filing state tax Denmark. Filing state tax Finland. Filing state tax France. Filing state tax Germany. Filing state tax Greece. Filing state tax Ireland. Filing state tax Italy. Filing state tax Japan. Filing state tax Korea, South. Filing state tax Luxembourg. Filing state tax The Netherlands. Filing state tax Norway. Filing state tax Poland. Filing state tax Portugal. Filing state tax Spain. Filing state tax Sweden. Filing state tax Switzerland. Filing state tax The United Kingdom. Filing state tax Agreements with other countries are expected to enter into force in the future. Filing state tax Employees. Filing state tax   Generally, under these agreements, you are subject to social security taxes only in the country where you are working. Filing state tax However, if you are temporarily sent to work for the same employer in the United States and your pay would normally be subject to social security taxes in both countries, most agreements provide that you remain covered only by the social security system of the country from which you were sent. Filing state tax You can get more information on any agreement by contacting the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Social Security Administration at the address given later. Filing state tax If you have access to the Internet, you can get more information at www. Filing state tax socialsecurity. Filing state tax gov/international. Filing state tax   To establish that your pay is subject only to foreign social security taxes and is exempt from U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax social security taxes (including the Medicare tax) under an agreement, you or your employer should request a certificate of coverage from the appropriate agency of the foreign country. Filing state tax This will usually be the same agency to which you or your employer pays your foreign social security taxes. Filing state tax The foreign agency will be able to tell you what information is needed for them to issue the certificate. Filing state tax Your employer should keep a copy of the certificate because it may be needed to show why you are exempt from U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax social security taxes. Filing state tax Only wages paid on or after the effective date of the agreement can be exempt from U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax social security taxes. Filing state tax    Some of the countries with which the United States has agreements will not issue certificates of coverage. Filing state tax In this case, either you or your employer should request a statement that your wages are not covered by the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax social security system. Filing state tax Request the statement from the following address. Filing state tax U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Social Security Administration Office of International Programs P. Filing state tax O. Filing state tax Box 17741 Baltimore, MD 21235-7741 Self-employed individuals. Filing state tax   Under most agreements, self-employed individuals are covered by the social security system of the country where they reside. Filing state tax However, under some agreements, you may be exempt from U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax self-employment tax if you temporarily transfer your business activity to or from the United States. Filing state tax   If you believe that your self-employment income is subject only to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax self-employment tax and is exempt from foreign social security taxes, request a certificate of coverage from the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Social Security Administration at the address given earlier. Filing state tax This certificate will establish your exemption from foreign social security taxes. Filing state tax   To establish that your self-employment income is subject only to foreign social security taxes and is exempt from U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax self-employment tax, request a certificate of coverage from the appropriate agency of the foreign country. Filing state tax If the foreign country will not issue the certificate, you should request a statement that your income is not covered by the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax social security system. Filing state tax Request it from the U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax Social Security Administration at the address given earlier. Filing state tax Attach a photocopy of either statement to Form 1040 each year you are exempt. Filing state tax Also print “Exempt, see attached statement” on the line for self-employment tax. Filing state tax Estimated Tax Form 1040-ES (NR) You may have income from which no U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax income tax is withheld. Filing state tax Or the amount of tax withheld may be less than the income tax you estimate you will owe at the end of the year. Filing state tax If so, you may have to pay estimated tax. Filing state tax Generally, you must make estimated tax payments for 2014 if you expect to owe at least $1,000 in tax and you expect your withholding and certain refundable credits to be less than the smaller of: 90% of the tax to be shown on your 2014 income tax return, or 100% of the tax shown on your 2013 income tax return (if your 2013 return covered all 12 months of the year). Filing state tax If your adjusted gross income for 2013 was more than $150,000 ($75,000 if your filing status for 2014 is married filing separately), substitute 110% for 100% in (2) above if you are not a farmer or fisherman. Filing state tax Item (2) does not apply if you did not file a 2013 return. Filing state tax A nonresident alien should use Form 1040-ES (NR) to figure and pay estimated tax. Filing state tax If you pay by check, make it payable to the "United States Treasury. Filing state tax " How to estimate your tax for 2014. Filing state tax   If you filed a 2013 return on Form 1040NR or Form 1040NR-EZ and expect your income, number of exemptions, and total deductions for 2014 to be nearly the same, you should use your 2013 return as a guide to complete the Estimated Tax Worksheet in the Form 1040-ES (NR) instructions. Filing state tax If you did not file a return for 2013, or if your income, exemptions, deductions, or credits will be different for 2014, you must estimate these amounts. Filing state tax Figure your estimated tax liability using the Tax Rate Schedule in the 2014 Form 1040-ES (NR) instructions for your filing status. Filing state tax Note. Filing state tax If you expect to be a resident of Puerto Rico during the entire year, use Form 1040-ES or Formulario 1040-ES (PR). Filing state tax When to pay estimated tax. Filing state tax   Make your first estimated tax payment by the due date for filing the previous year's Form 1040NR or Form 1040NR-EZ. Filing state tax If you have wages subject to the same withholding rules that apply to U. Filing state tax S. Filing state tax citizens, you must file Form 1040NR or Form 1040NR-EZ and make your first estimated tax payment by April 15, 2014. Filing state tax If you do not have wages subject to withholding, file your income tax return and make your first estimated tax payment by June 16, 2014. Filing state tax   If your first estimated tax payment is due April 15, 2014, you can pay your estimated tax in full at that time or in four equal installments by the dates shown next. Filing state tax 1st installment April 15, 2014 2nd installment June 16, 2014 3rd installment Sept. Filing state tax 15, 2014 4th installment Jan. Filing state tax 15, 2015 If your first payment is not due until June 16, 2014, you can pay your estimated tax in full at that time or: ½ of your estimated tax by June 16, 2014, 1/4 of the tax by September 15, 2014, and 1/4 by January 15, 2015. Filing state tax    You do not have to make the payment due January 15, 2015, if you file your 2014 Form 1040NR or 1040NR-EZ by February 2, 2015, and pay the entire balance due with your return. Filing state tax Fiscal year. Filing state tax   If your return is not on a calendar year basis, your due dates are the 15th day of the 4th, 6th, and 9th months of your fiscal year, and the 1st month of the following fiscal year. Filing state tax If any date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, use the next day that is not a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday. Filing state tax Changes in income, deductions, or exemptions. Filing state tax   Even if you are not required to make an estimated tax payment in April or June, your circumstances may change so that you will have to make estimated tax payments later. Filing state tax This can happen if you receive additional income or if any of your deductions are reduced or eliminated. Filing state tax If so, see the instructions for Form 1040-ES (NR) and Publication 505 for information on figuring your estimated tax. Filing state tax Amended estimated tax. Filing state tax   If, after you have made estimated tax payments, you find your estimated tax is substantially increased or decreased because of a change in your income or exemptions, you should adjust your remaining estimated tax payments. Filing state tax To do this, see the instructions for Form 1040-ES (NR) and Publication 505. Filing state tax Penalty for failure to pay estimated income tax. 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Filing state tax Index A Aircraft, Cars, Boats, and Aircraft Annuities, Annuities, Interests for Life or Terms of Years, Remainders, and Reversions Annuity contracts, Certain Life Insurance and Annuity Contracts Antiques, Paintings, Antiques, and Other Objects of Art Appraisals, Appraisals Cost of, Cost of appraisals. Filing state tax IRS review of, Internal Revenue Service Review of Appraisals Qualified appraisal, Qualified Appraisal Appraiser, Qualified appraiser. Filing state tax Art objects, Paintings, Antiques, and Other Objects of Art Valued at $20,000 or more, Art valued at $20,000 or more. Filing state tax Valued at $50,000 or more, Art valued at $50,000 or more. Filing state tax Assistance (see Tax help) B Boats, Cars, Boats, and Aircraft Bonds, Stocks and Bonds Books, Books. Filing state tax Business, interest in, Interest in a Business C Cars, Cars, Boats, and Aircraft Clothing, used, Used Clothing, Deduction over $500 for certain clothing or household items. Filing state tax Coins, Coin collections. Filing state tax Collections, Collections Books, Books. Filing state tax Coins, Coin collections. Filing state tax Stamps, Stamp collections. Filing state tax Comments on publication, Comments and suggestions. Filing state tax Comparable properties, sales of, Sales of Comparable Properties, Selection of Comparable Sales Conservation contribution, Conservation purposes. Filing state tax Cost, Cost or Selling Price of the Donated Property Rate of increase or decrease, Rate of increase or decrease in value. Filing state tax Terms of purchase or sale, Terms of the purchase or sale. Filing state tax D Date of contribution, Date of contribution. Filing state tax Deductions of more than $5,000, Deductions of More Than $5,000 Deductions of more than $500,000, Deductions of More Than $500,000 F Fair market value, What Is Fair Market Value (FMV)? Comparable properties, sales of, Sales of Comparable Properties Cost, Cost or Selling Price of the Donated Property Date of contribution, Date of contribution. Filing state tax Determining FMV, Determining Fair Market Value Opinions of experts, Opinions of Experts Problems in determining FMV, Problems in Determining Fair Market Value Replacement cost, Replacement Cost Form 8283, Form 8283 Formulas, use in valuing property, Determining Fair Market Value Free tax services, How To Get Tax Help Future events, effect on value, Future Events H Help (see Tax help) Historic building, Building in registered historic district. Filing state tax Household goods, Household Goods, Deduction over $500 for certain clothing or household items. Filing state tax I Interest in a business, Interest in a Business Inventory, Inventory IRS review of appraisals, Internal Revenue Service Review of Appraisals Exception, Exception. Filing state tax J Jewelry and gems, Jewelry and Gems L Life insurance, Certain Life Insurance and Annuity Contracts M Market conditions, effect on value, Unusual Market Conditions More information (see Tax help) O Opinions of experts, Opinions of Experts P Paintings, Paintings, Antiques, and Other Objects of Art Partial interest, Partial Interest in Property Not in Trust Past events, effect on value, Using Past Events to Predict the Future Patents, Patents Penalties: Imposed on appraiser, Appraiser penalties. Filing state tax Imposed on taxpayer, Penalty Publications (see Tax help) Publicly traded securities, Publicly traded securities. Filing state tax Q Qualified appraisal, Qualified Appraisal Qualified appraiser, Qualified appraiser. Filing state tax Qualified conservation contribution, Qualified Conservation Contribution R Real estate, Real Estate Remainder interests, Annuities, Interests for Life or Terms of Years, Remainders, and Reversions Replacement cost, Replacement Cost Reversion interests, Annuities, Interests for Life or Terms of Years, Remainders, and Reversions S Stamps, Stamp collections. Filing state tax Statement of Value, Exception. Filing state tax Stocks, Stocks and Bonds Suggestions for publication, Comments and suggestions. Filing state tax T Tax help, How To Get Tax Help Taxpayer Advocate, Contacting your Taxpayer Advocate. Filing state tax TTY/TDD information, How To Get Tax Help U Used clothing, Used Clothing, Deduction over $500 for certain clothing or household items. Filing state tax V Valuation of property, Valuation of Various Kinds of Property Annuities, Annuities, Interests for Life or Terms of Years, Remainders, and Reversions Cars, boats, and aircraft, Cars, Boats, and Aircraft Collections, Collections Household goods, Household Goods Interest in a business, Interest in a Business Inventory, Inventory Jewelry and gems, Jewelry and Gems Life insurance and annuity contracts, Certain Life Insurance and Annuity Contracts Paintings, antiques, art objects, Paintings, Antiques, and Other Objects of Art Partial interest in property, Partial Interest in Property Not in Trust Real estate, Real Estate Remainder interests, Annuities, Interests for Life or Terms of Years, Remainders, and Reversions Reversion interests, Annuities, Interests for Life or Terms of Years, Remainders, and Reversions Stocks and bonds, Stocks and Bonds Terms of years, Annuities, Interests for Life or Terms of Years, Remainders, and Reversions Used clothing, Used Clothing Valuation of property: Patents, Patents Prev  Up     Home   More Online Publications