Employer identification numbers for publicly traded companies are found on company websites for investor relations, according to WD Adkins for the Houston Chronicle. Most companies have a page for filings with the U.S. S... More » Business & Finance Taxes

Apply online using the EIN Assistant, by faxing or mailing a completed SS-4 form to the IRS or by calling and answering the SS-4 form questions over the phone. This allows a self-employed person to get a unique tax ID nu... More » Business & Finance Taxes

A college's Employer Identification Number (EIN) can be found in numerous places both on and off the web. Students should make sure that when they locate an EIN, that it is for the campus where they are registered since ... More » Business & Finance Taxes
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Employer identification numbers for companies that are publicly traded can usually be found for free on the company websites for investor relations, reports the Houston Chronicle. Many companies have a page for filings w... More » Business & Finance Taxes

If the business is a publicly traded company, employer identification numbers may be found online on that company's website for investor relations, the Houston Chronicle reports. Companies must list their EINs on the fir... More » Business & Finance Taxes

An individual can search for an employer identification number, or EIN, on the investor pages from the websites of most publicly traded companies, the Houston Chronicle advises. The Securities and Exchange Commission als... More » Business & Finance Taxes

To find your company's federal tax identification number, call the Internal Revenue Service, check the notice the IRS sent after the initial application for the number or search your banking statements, according to the ... More » Business & Finance Taxes