W-9 when Tufts is Payee/Supplier/Vendor (When Tufts is Being Paid)
Rate this Article
First Published :Fri Jan 09 21:24:08 GMT 2015
Last Modified :Mon Jun 15 14:00:58 GMT 2020
Last Published :Mon Jun 15 14:00:58 GMT 2020
Where to obtain the Tufts completed W9 when Tufts is the recipient of the payment.
A completed IRS form W-9 signed by Tufts is provided for your use.
Please use this when another institution will be sending a payment to Tufts, as it contains our tax identification number (TIN).
If someone is making a payment to Tufts, checks should be made payable to Trustees of Tufts College. Please advise the individual making the inquiry to send the payment to whomever sent the invoice - the address should be noted. This is important because Tufts University does not have an Accounts Receivable department. Inquiries about an invoice received from Tufts should be directed to the name noted on the invoice. The department should send the check with a deposit slip to the Bursar's Office (one on all three campuses and includes SMFA).
If an external entity inquires about making a wire payment or EFT/ACH (any incoming electronic payment) to Tufts, please complete this Incoming Payment Notification Form and return to TSS. Without the form, Treasury will not release Banking Information. please contact Martin Wraga in
Treasury at 617-627-8836 for banking information. You can email Treasury at
email@example.com if your interest is to pay the university via credit cards. Some departments are bank qualified to accept them, some not. Read more about E-Commerce.
signed TIN, signed W9, payment to Tufts University, EIN, TIN, Supplier Information Form, Vendor Enrollment Form to be completed by Treasury, Vendor Registration, Vendor Certification, Supplier Information Form, Employee Federal ID #, attestation, Non-Discrimination and Anti-Money Laundering/Anti-Terrorism, Sanctions & Anti-Corruption