Signing up and creating an account on Deel is quite simple and takes just a few steps. Let's dive right into it!
- Click on sign up and fill in your basic info
- If you are a client, select "Pay my team"
- If you are a contractor, select "Get paid by my company"
- Verify your email by clicking on the link we send you. If the email doesn't show up in your inbox, check Promotion/Spam folders.
How to sign up for Deel as a client
- Verify your email by clicking on the link we send you
Signing up as a client:
- After email confirmation, if signed up as a client, you will need to fill in company information. You can enter a team name and a team will be created automatically
- After that, we need you to fill in your information. This is going to be displayed on all documents, so make sure the information is correct.
I created the wrong profile (client instead of contractor or vice versa)
If you accidentally signed up as the wrong entity (client instead of a contractor), don't worry. You can easily change between the two account views under User settings.
How to sign up for Deel as a contractor
- After verification email, sign up as a contractor and fill in the information. You can choose between Individual or Entity (acting as a legal entity). If you choose Entity, you will need to fill in company information first, then personal information.
How to withdraw money from my Deel balance
- Set up your withdrawal information so you can be ready when you have available Deel balance.
- Additionally, you can set up an automatic withdrawal, so each time a payment is received, it will be automatically withdrawn with the payment method you previously chose.
Tax Form information collection
If you are working with clients in the United States, you will need to fill in additional information when signing the contract. We might ask for details for either W-9 (for US citizens) or W-8BEN(E) (for non-US citizens). If you need help, check one of the tutorials below:
- How to fill in W-9 From
- How to fill in W-8BEN(E) Form
- How to find your Tax Identification Number (TIN)
If you have questions, check our FAQ page and find your answers.