What is the purpose of Form WH-380-F?
This form helps explain to us what a “Warranty” or “Return Authorization” means.
The purpose of the Form is to determine if you need to get a return authorization from us before you return any product that is not under warranty.
If you don't need a return authorization, send back the defective product(s) in the original packaging. You don't have to request a Return Authorization, but if you do, we reserve the right to charge a service fee for return shipping. You may not cancel your order until you've received your Return Authorization. Furthermore, you can send us a paper copy of the original warranty document (such as the one you received with your box of products), along with some basic information about the problem and the items. In this document you will describe exactly what caused the problem. Please include the original receipt or packing list for the product(s) during shipment. Note: Please avoid using information that is confidential. If you send us documentation that your problem was caused by normal wear and tear from normal use, our technical team may be able to solve the problem for you.
Who should complete Form WH-380-F?
If you are a United States citizen or permanent resident, you should complete Form WH-380-F. If you are not a citizen or resident of United States (and not living in Mexico, Canada, Colombia or Puerto Rico), you may complete Form W-8BEN.
If you are a foreign corporation, government entity, or person, you should complete Form W-8BEN.
Who can submit Form WH-380-F?
You may fill out Form WH-380-F form if you are a U.S. citizen (as of January 1, 2014), or you are a permanent resident alien who is outside the territory of Mexico, Canada, Colombia or Puerto Rico. Form WH-380-F may also be filed if you are a foreign corporation, government entity, or person, if you are physically present in the territory of Mexico, Canada, Colombia or Puerto Rico, or if you are physically present in the territory of the United States and your principal place of business is in Mexico, Canada, Colombia or Puerto Rico.
You may also submit Form WH-408S (for a tax return under the U.S.
When do I need to complete Form WH-380-F?
Most questions on an income tax return are answered within the first 60 days of filing your return. However, if it is your first year submitting the tax return, you may want to check in with the IRS before the required date.
I believe I filed too late but no one informed me. Should I have filed?
Yes, filing late can cause substantial tax liability for yourself as well as your dependents. It is recommended you file your federal tax return by April 15 at the latest.
If the Form WH-380-F is not filed properly, it can cause many problems including the following:
You may be required to pay tax penalties and interest;
You could lose your tax benefits and your entitlement to certain retirement programs and other tax benefits;
You could have a penalty imposed by the IRS;
Your tax refund may not be received, and there could be an audit; and/or
You could be subject to a civil or criminal violation of a federal or state law.
It's also possible that the IRS will refer your case to the Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). OFAC is the government agency whose mission is to prevent and suppress the funding, trade, finance, and economic activities of any nation, company or person that threatens the United States or seeks to attain national independence or sovereignty.
Where can I find more information on the Form WH-380-F?
The form is available online on the IRS website. You can get it by clicking on Form WH-380-F in the Related Links section of the IRS website, or download a copy of the form on a CD/DVD and save it to your computer.
I received a notice of deficiency. What do I do with that?
This notice means that the IRS has discovered that you owe back taxes and will be requiring you to pay them. You should consider the following options:
File your return and pay anything you owe;
File a petition in tax court;
File an appeal with the IRS Appeals Division;
File an appeal (known as an appeal bond) directly with the U.S. Tax Court (known as the Tax Court) to address the deficiency you owe; or
In some cases, file an information return to address your deficiency(s).
Can I create my own Form WH-380-F?
Yes and No.
Yes- You can copy and paste the Form WH-380-F to your form as described under “How to submit your Form”. You cannot create your own Form WH-380-F.
No- You cannot create or upload your own Form WH-380-F, but you can submit a form letter for your Form WH-180-E.
When should I mail my Form WH-480-B to the IRS?
The IRS recommends that you mail the Form WH-480-B to the IRS. (You cannot submit the form electronically.)
Your Form WH-480-B will only be accepted by the Service. If you want to accept a payment online, you should use Form I-9-C (Request for Taxpayer Identification Number). You must mail the Form WH-480-B using a postage paid, return receipt requested shipping to the address shown on our site in order for it to be processed and processed. Do not use a non-parcel address such as PO Boxes or Military addresses.
Note that because we receive thousands of Forms WH-480-B we do not have money to process the forms on an hourly basis. If the IRS is unable to take your Form WH-480-B in your hand delivery by 10:00 a.m. (MST), you will be informed by automated mailing in writing of the failure to process your Form WH-480-B. The failure notification period for Form WH-480-B varies from one year to another. The notice sent will include all relevant information about the failure.
How does the IRS determine if payment has been received for an amount on form WH-480-B?
The service will send an amount due notification after the Form has been accepted by the service. The notification will include the following information:
the amount due,
the amount received,
the mailing address of the Service, if different from the mailing address provided on form WH-480-B, and
The date the Form has been accepted.
You can find the payment amount notice in the payment amount box of your Form WH-480-B.
Can I print a Form WH-480-B?
What should I do with Form WH-380-F when it’s complete?
Filing this form does not mean you will have to have it completed, accepted and issued in order to have it stamped and registered on your driver license or ID card. You should have all the necessary information at hand when you decide to sign this form, and can always return later. But if you do not complete the form, you may be subject to a 25.00 fine and up to 90 days in jail for failure to complete and file or file late.
Will a driver's license, learner permit or non-'commercial' driver's license be issued with my signature on Form WH-380-F?
A driver's license or learner permit, or any other form of valid identification, will be issued with your signature on form WH-380-F.
What should I do if I refuse to sign this form?
Your refusal to sign this form for any reason invalidates the form, invalidating its signature and its information being attached to that signature. You may not take the form to any DMV office or have it returned if you do not sign and attach the appropriate parts of form WH-380-F to the back of the Form WH-180, and you are issued a new license with a duplicate signature.
I am new to Oregon and I do not have my driver's license or learner permit number. How do I obtain it?
Call our toll-free number, 1-888-DRIVER () or visit our DMV website, at.
What should I do if I already have a valid Oregon driver's license, learner permit, or non-'conforming' license and wish to change it?
Contact our office at 1-888-DRIVER (), or the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles website (), and we will help you.
I am a legal resident of another state, but have a valid Oregon driver's license.
How do I get my Form WH-380-F?
To receive our Form WH-380-F, you must complete the form and mail the return receipt to:
Attn.: Office of Immigration Benefits
PO Box 75870
Atlanta, GA 30
Please include your SSN along with the following:
One clear, photocopy of the original Form WH-380-F. Form WH-380-F must be received by the appropriate USCIS office within 30 days of filing your Form WH-380. A copy of any other documentation you may have or be entitled to receiving. The total refund amount, including filing fees, must be less than the required fee for the category for which you are requesting a Form WH-380. A copy of the form to be submitted to USCIS.
NOTE: This form is only available if you have a claim for the removal of the previous permanent resident.
What is the deadline to submit the form (for the period between when you filed your Form WH-380 and when your Form WH-380-F is to be submitted)?
You must submit the form by the last day of February of each year.
What if I lose or destroy the original Form WH-380-F (for the period between when I initially filed the Form WH-380 and the filing of my Form WH-380-F)?
Make a new copy of that original Form WH-380-F and mail it to the appropriate USCIS office (see table). If possible, we recommend you mail your Form WH-380-F to the office where your previous permanent resident filed their Form WH-380.
If you did not submit the original Form WH-380, include with the copy of your Form WH-380:
An original or photocopy of your Form WH-380. A sworn statement from someone who can vouch for your identity. A list of all the documents you submitted for the Form.
The list of documents may be different if you were a permanent resident when your previous permanent resident filed their Form.
Is there a fee for I-360-F?
I-360-F is an application that can be filed electronically, and is exempt from the usual filing fees for Forms I-360 and I-485.
I-360-F is not available as a replacement form for Form WH-360 and must be submitted in addition to the other forms.
What documents do I need to attach to my Form WH-380-F?
You must attach the following documents to the Form WH-380-F (see instructions):
(1) Affidavit or certificate of birth, baptism or confirmation of name or gender and other identifying characteristics if any.
(2) A court order of name change and change of gender if not on file.
(3) A certified copy of a marriage certificate or divorce decree, if the person is requesting a marriage license or change of sex designation under the Uniform Transfers to Dependents Act (UTC Act) (Form WH-402).
(4) A certified copy of an order of name change or change of gender if the person has not yet submitted an affidavit of name or gender change.
(5) A certified copy of a divorce decree (Form WH-403), court order of name change or change of gender if not on file.
(6) The Social Security number of the applicant.
(7) Any other information required by the Office of Vital Statistics. (Form: WH-370-H).
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Select the “Download Form” option. If selecting “Download the application” for the first time, please select the “Read form” option to enable the printer from your local Print Center to make the completed application pages.
Make the reservation as complete as possible.
Please keep the reservation number because it will need to be entered into the online reservation system once you have submitted the online reservation request.
The system will need to verify with your local DVS to make sure you have submitted it correctly.
Once you enter your reservation number and email address, you will receive a confirmation page. Note that it may take up to 48 business hours (2 business days) for the reservation confirmation page to be displayed.
What are the different types of Form WH-380-F?
Form WH-380-F covers different types and types of information, and each is given an explanation of the types of information they cover and the format of the information they cover. The forms and instructions can be obtained on the Form WH-380-F page.
WH-380-F — General Information
The WH-380-F covers general information. It is a summary of the general information required by the regulations.
WH-380-F-1 — Income tax return information
The form includes form W-2 information for each worker. The information will apply to all employees of the taxpayer who received wages or compensation from the employer on or after December 22, 2007, except for small employers, farmworkers and veterans.
WH-380-F-2 — Employer identification number
Form WH-380-F-2, Employer Identification Number, is required if the taxpayer did not file a Form W-2, the employer.
WH-380-F-3 — Employer statement of tax withheld.
The information under W-2 in Form WH-380-F-3, Employer Statement of Tax Withheld, shall apply to all non-exempt wages and compensation in which the employer is the payer, to each non-exempt employee in the same class, to wages paid for services performed outside the United States and to wages paid to or on behalf of dependents of non-exempt employees for services performed outside the United States. If the IRS has received any information indicating that the Form W-2 information was inaccurate prior to January 17, 2005, the Form WH-380-F-3 will be revised only to correct these information inaccuracies.
WH-380-F-4 — Employer information showing that an individual has a qualifying educational expense program (REP) or qualifying medical expense program (ME) under the Medicare program.
Form WH-380-F-4 is used by the IRS to determine the amount of tax withheld and has the following information:
Type of payment Number of employees.
The form indicates that payments to or on behalf of employees for:
Education may be made only to an individual who meets the Medicare Qualifying Education Amount for education under section 1848(d) of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Qualifying Education Percentage”).
How many people fill out Form WH-380-F each year?
About 100 or so. Usually, each employee is given a Form WH-380 at the start of the year. The Form is a yearly summary that shows the employee's hours worked and hours under federal contract. It is normally mailed to the employee's last known address.
How do I get more information?
The Form WH-380-F is sent to you by the IRS each year. If you are not receiving one, you can use the free IRS.gov forms application. You can ask the IRS to email or mail you a Form WH-380-F by clicking on the links in this section. The Form will also be mailed later when processing is complete. The form will be printed on paper and given to you. You will then complete the information and return it to the IRS.
Is IRS mailing Form WH-380-F to me every tax return year?
Yes. All new taxpayers who have not previously received Form WH-380-F must receive it in their tax return. If new taxpayers do not receive an email with Form WH-380-F, they must use the IRS.gov forms application and call them at (toll-free) to ask for mailings.
Does Form WH-380-F include information such as:
Current employer name and address;
Employment's name, address and telephone number;
Name and contact information of any federal contractor employed by the taxpayer;
Any government or government subdivision-related work done by the employee; and
Employee's length of service.
Is the taxpayer included in the WH-380-F?
Yes, this is a separate form for each employee you have and includes information about employee's employment with federal contractor.
What information does Form WH-380-F check for?
Is the taxpayer:
On federal contract;
In state or local government employment;
On leave from employment or federal contract; or
Have been fired from employment?
Your answer must be no if the taxpayer is employed by the U.S. government or the IRS.
Do I need to fill in this Form WH-380-F?
No, you do not need to check any boxes. Only one Form WH-380 is required each year.
Is there a due date for Form WH-380-F?
A: Yes, you must provide a filing date for Form WH-380-F no later than 90 days after the close of the year for which the Form WH-380-F is to be filed. (See How Do I File)
Q: When should I file Form WH-380-F for 2016?
A: Form WH-380-F must be filed no later than December 31, 2016, for Federal income tax reporting for 2016. If you have not filed in 2016, use Form 8859 instead.
Q: Do I need to file Form WH-380-F if I have more than one Form 1040X with different year periods?
A: Yes, Form WH-380-F must be filed if you file more than one Form 1040X (e.g., Form 1040X for 2017 would not be required to include a Form WH-380-F filing date).
Q: Do I need to file Form WH-380-F if I am filing Form 1040X with a net operating loss of more than 5,000?
A: Yes, you must file Form WH-380-F as well. See IRS Notice 2016-26, “When To File Form 1040X With A Net Operating Loss.”
Q: If I am using Form W-2G for a Form 1040X with a net loss from a business that is not an S corporation, do I need to file a separate Form WH-380-F?
A: No, you don't have to file separate Form WH-380-F. However, you should give one copy of Form W-2G to your tax preparer.
Q: Do I need to file Form WH-380-F in the year of the year in which I file my Form 1040X?
A: Yes. See IRS Form 1040, and Form 1040NR for additional information.
Q: Do I include in the gross income any amount that is treated as an additional alternative minimum tax payment?
A: Yes. See IRS Notice 2016-54, “When To Count As A Tax Refund Any Additional Payments for Other Issues.”
Q: Am I eligible for the standard deduction if I have received income from a foreign affiliate of a U.S. corporation?