A taxpayer identification number, or TIN, is used by the Internal Revenue Service to track individuals and entities for tax purposes, and an employer identification number, or EIN, is one form of a TIN. Many people confu... More »

An employer identification number is issued to a business entity by the federal government as a tax identification number. A unified business identifier is issued by Washington state to identify a business entity. More »

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 147c is not a form that taxpayers have to file. Rather, it is a form or letter the IRS supplies to taxpayers upon request. Form 147c confirms a business owner's taxpayer identifica... More »

An employer identification number is issued to a business entity by the federal government as a tax identification number. A unified business identifier is issued by Washington state to identify a business entity. More »

Find the Employer Identification Number, or EIN, for a business by looking at the original notice from the Internal Revenue Service when the EIN was issued or by referencing a previous year's business tax return. If the ... More »

As of 2015, applying and receiving an EIN number is free, and is part of a complimentary service through the Internal Revenue Service. An application for an EIN number can be done through four different methods, which ar... 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 »