Backup withholding is a certain method that the IRS implements as a way to make sure that the taxes that are associated with specific types of income are paid on time if not in general, especially if taxpayers have failed to properly report these taxes as part of their tax returns in the past. Payers are not required to withhold a certain portion of these payments from taxpayers, but they must take measures to report them via an information return.
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