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|Section 1.||Contract Template(s)|
|Section 2.||About Brown County Credit, Billing & Tax Information|
|Section 3.||Brown County Tax Information, Printable Forms & Cert of Insurance|
|Section 4.||About Vendor Tax Information|
|Section 5.||Where to Send Completed Vendor Forms|
|Section 1. Contract Template(s)|
Non-Professional Contract (Template)
Professional Contract (Template)
|Section 3. Brown County Tax Information & Printable Forms|
|Brown County's Tax Information & Printable Forms|
|Form #||Form Name||Description||Date
|Printable Form Link|
|1||Brown County Data Sheet||Used in lieu of Vendor Credit Application||6/20/18||Brown County Data Sheet|
|2||WI Seller Permit #||# 004-00000-60305-01||1/13/20||County WI Sales & Use Tax Exempt Certificate (211)|
|3||Sales & Use Tax||CES # ES42561||-||County WI Sales & Use Tax Exempt Certificate (211)|
|4||County W-9||Taxpayer Identification Number
(TIN) # 39-6005671
|1/13/20||Brown County W9|
|5||Brown County Certificate of Insurance||WMMIC||1/10/20||Brown County Cert of Insurance|
|Section 4. Vendor Tax Information & Request Form|
Dear Vendor or Individual:
In order for Brown County to issue a check to an individual or company, it is required by State and Federal tax laws to obtain a vendor's federal tax identification number or individuals's social security number.
This requirement also applies to individuals who are receiving non-taxable monies from Brown County for reimbursement of expenses, kinship care, MA transport, LTS funding, or non-taxable grants/funds.
Please print off, sign and return the Substitute W-9 Form (click on the link below to print) to include your business Tax ID Number or Social Security Number if you are an individual receiving payment and whether or not you are required to file a tax return. Payers must generally withhold 28% of taxable interest, dividend, and certain other payments to a payee who does not furnish a TIN (Tax ID Number) to a payer. If you are exempt, please send us an exempt form.