Some countries require people to use a tax number when they are doing self-employed or freelance work, especially if the earnings exceed particular annual limits. Some countries do not. If you are an officially registered freelancer or self-employed, you will most likely know if you have a tax number. If you are unsure whether you need one or not, we suggest that you speak to your local tax office or another official who can assist you with clarifying this question.

You will find a list of countries that use VAT numbers under the following link, along with their national specifications.

If you are living in a non-EU country:

In order to be paid, you must confirm that you've read and understood the following statement in the "Tax details" section of your Clickworker account:

Once you've toggled this option, you will see a field to enter your tax number:

To save the changes, please click on the "Save" button.

If you are living in an EU country:

To comply with legal requirements, we require all Clickworkers from EU countries to provide their Tax Identification Number (TIN). To add your tax details, please follow the steps described in the following article: How to Add Your Tax Identification Number (TIN) (EU Users only)