Your federal tax identification number is provided to you by the IRS. If you already obtained your federal tax ID but cannot find it, look at your prior tax returns. If you do not have copies of them, contact the IRS. More »

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The Internal Revenue Service issues several different types of tax identification numbers depending on the person or entity applying. Most U.S. citizens use their social security numbers for tax identification. Most non-... More »

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For most individuals, their federal tax identification number is a Social Security number. If lost or forgotten, this number often can be found by inspecting tax documents or Medicaid cards. The Social Security Administr... More »

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Check the status of your federal tax refund at the Where's My Refund page of the IRS website, says the Internal Revenue Service. From there, input your Social Security number, filing status and amount of refund. The IRS ... More »

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The 2015 Internal Revenue Service tax refund schedule is available on the official IRS website, at IRS.gov. Individual taxpayers can use the interactive tool to check the status of an anticipated refund by inputting the ... More »

The federal tax rates for 2013 vary depending on a taxpayers income, but ranged between 10 percent to 39.6 percent for the top bracket, as stated on the tax table provided by Efile, the authorized IRS electronic tax fili... More »

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Employers calculate federal withholding tax by using the information on a Form W-4 that an employee fills out when he first starts work or experiences life events that change the withholding amount, reports the IRS. Empl... More »

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