Federal tax identification numbers, also called employer identification numbers, are issued by the Internal Revenue Service to identify business entities. EINs are required for filing all tax documents, including annual ... More » Business & Finance Taxes

A federal employer ID number is issued by the Internal Revenue Service and used to identify a business entity. Any business who has employees, operates as a corporation or partnership, or withholds taxes on income or oth... More » Business & Finance Taxes

A federal tax ID number, or an employer identification number, is a number used to identify business entities, the IRS says. This number is needed when businesses file withholding certificates, tax returns and documentat... More » Business & Finance Taxes
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