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In the United States, an employer identification number, or EIN, is a distinct numerical digit issued by the Internal Revenue System to business establishments, according to the IRS website. It is the corporate counterpa... More »

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Business owners who have lost or misplaced their employer identification number can locate it on the computer-generated notice they received from the Internal Revenue Service when they applied for their number, according... More »

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You can find your Employer Identification Number by reviewing the computer-generated notice provided by the IRS in response to your original application for the Employee Identification Number. If you cannot find, or no l... More »

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To get a tax identification number for your business as of 2014, go to the Internal Revenue Service website, and find the online application. Enter all of the necessary information, then confirm the information before su... More »

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To apply for a business tax identification number, also called an EIN or Employer Identification Number, visit the Internal Revenue Service website, and click on the Employer ID Numbers link. Complete the online applicat... More »

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Businesses that are required to obtain a tax ID number can do so online through the IRS's website or by phone, fax or mail; the preferred method is online, where the employer identification number (EIN) can be issued imm... More »

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In order to check the status of your federal refund on the Internal Revenue Service website, taxpayers need a Social Security number, the filing status that was stated on the return and the exact amount of the refund, ac... More »

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