Company tax identification numbers are procured from the Internal Revenue Service, public company documents or fee-based resources such as Lexis or Westlaw. The IRS issues, stores and maintains all employer tax identific... More »

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For most individuals, their federal tax identification number is a Social Security number. If lost or forgotten, this number often can be found by inspecting tax documents or Medicaid cards. The Social Security Administr... More »

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The Internal Revenue Service issues several different types of tax identification numbers depending on the person or entity applying. Most U.S. citizens use their social security numbers for tax identification. Most non-... 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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The Internal Revenue Service issues several different types of tax identification numbers depending on the person or entity applying. Most U.S. citizens use their social security numbers for tax identification. Most non-... More »

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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 »

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 »