International employees must meet with a CU international tax specialist. Appointments fill fast, so encourage international employees to book today.
Employees should receive their 2016 Form 1042-S by Feb. 15.
International employees must meet with a CU international tax specialist.
Here's a new task to add to your list when hiring employees or adding affiliates to Human Capital Management (HCM): Immediately enter their Social Security numbers into HCM or, if they're in the process of getting this form of identification, use CU’s standard for entering temporary ones.
Help us beat last year’s record of getting more than 15,000 employees to confirm and/or update their personal information within the portal in preparation for tax season by asking employees to take the following actions.
Help keep CU in compliance with federal tax law by directing new international employees to meet with the university's international tax specialists.
Summer is the prime season for university conferences and lecture series that attract international speakers and guests. Use our updated International Accounts Payable (A/P) Payment Matrix to ensure you properly reimburse these and other CU visitors.
If your department pays foreign individuals or entities, expect to see changes when these groups submit W-8 forms, which are collected to certify U.S. tax status.
Please help new international employees get the professional tax help they need by directing them to CU's international tax specialists.

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