Business owners who have lost or misplaced their employer identification number can locate it on the computer-generated notice they received from the Internal Revenue Service when they applied for their number, according... More »

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Employer identification numbers are public information. If registering as a business, the Employer Identification Number (EIN) is public. If a person is registering as a business and giving a Social Security Number (SSN)... More »

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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 »

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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To find a lost or misplaced Employer Identification Number or taxpayer identification number, view the computer-generated notice issued by the Internal Revenue Service during the application process, advises the IRS. Alt... More »

To apply for an electronic filing identification number, create an Internal Revenue Service e-services account, fill out the application to become an authorized e-file provider and pass a suitability check, advises the I... More »

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Internal Revenue Service Form 940 is the employer's annual federal unemployment tax return that employers use to report federal unemployment taxes, as of 2015, states the IRS. Federal and state governments combine their ... More »