To find the EIN of publicly traded companies, search for it on Securities and Exchange Commission filings pertaining to the corporation. Search for the EIN of private businesses by looking through public company records.... More »

Find out the EIN number of a public company by searching its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC. Private companies are not required to disclose their ID numbers, although some add it to a public a... More »

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Find the EIN for a business by searching the Employer Identification Number Database. Hosted on EinFinder.com, the database contains over eight million EIN numbers for various businesses, as provided by the Internal Reve... More »

To look up the employer identification number of a publicly traded company, visit the investor relations website of the company, or use the EDGAR filings database maintained by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission... More »

Federal securities laws require public companies to disclose financial statements and other information to the public so that prospective investors judge accurately whether a company's securities are a good investment, e... More »

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EIN verification is a process through which businesses can verify the validity of a company's employee identification number. The EIN is an IRS requirement for tax-exempt entities as well as a majority of businesses. As ... More »

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Documents filed by companies, such as annual reports, articles of incorporation, and state and federal tax filings, typically include the name of a company along with a list of board members or owners. Company websites a... More »