A tax I.D. number search can be conducted on the investor relations page of most publicly traded company's websites, through the Securities Exchange Commission's online Edgar database or by subscribing to an online comme... More »

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A company identification number is a number assigned to the business upon start-up to identify this business for federal taxing and legitimacy. The number is the corporate equivalent to a Social Security number, as repor... 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 look up a tax identification number, search for the company name on the EDGAR system or the Melissa Data database. Ask the business if possible. 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 »

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 »

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Find a K-1 form by typing "K-1" plus the tax year in the search box near the top of the main page in the Form and Pubs section on IRS.gov. Most tax forms for the current and prior tax years, including form K-1, are avail... More »

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