Hosting Tax For The United States

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Host Tax in the U.S.

Why must I provide my taxpayer information to Misterbnb?
In the United States, companies are required by law to procure tax information on all hosts who appear to have income that is sourced in the U.S. You can provide your taxpayer information by going to your profile and clicking my account, which will allow you to add the necessary tax information.
In certain instances, it may be necessary to collect taxpayer information, even if the person is not a U.S. citizen and have no U.S. listings. This information is gathered to confirm whether the earnings through Airbnb are subject to tax in the U.S.
Based on your tax status, which will be determined upon you submitting the necessary information, you will be provided with the appropriate tax form revealing your earnings for the year.
It is important for you to understand that regardless of whether you receive a tax form from us or not, it will be your responsibility to accurately report your taxable income to the IRS. We recommend that you consult a tax professional that will be able to advise you on the best way to report your income. You can also find some valuable information by reviewing the U.S. is IRS publication 527: Residential Rental Property
Why are you withholding taxes from my payouts?
If we have requested that you provide your taxpayer information, and you have failed to provide it to this point, we are required, by law, to withhold a portion of your earnings, at a rate of 28 percent, to be
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