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Employees and suppliers generally look up the Employer Identification Number, or EIN, of an employer to verify the company, organization, or local or sate government agency, according to the Houston Chronicle. The tax ID... More »

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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 »

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A database for employer identification numbers is available from EIN Finder. For a monthly or annual fee, clients can subscribe to EIN Finder for access to its online database and search engine of U.S. employer identific... More »

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To find the federal tax identification number, commonly known as an Employer ID number or EIN, check existing documentation, call the bank that handles your business accounts, or contact the Internal Revenue Service dire... 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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There are several ways to look up a Federal Tax Identification Number or Employer's Identification Number; some of these require little to no additional information. For small business employers that have lost or misplac... More »

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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 »

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