You can find your Employer Identification Number by reviewing the computer-generated notice provided by the IRS in response to your original application for the Employee Identification Number. If you cannot find, or no l... More »

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An individual can search for an employer identification number, or EIN, on the investor pages from the websites of most publicly traded companies, the Houston Chronicle advises. The Securities and Exchange Commission als... 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 »

A prospective restaurant owner needs to form a legal structure such as an LLC or a corporation for his business, obtain an Employer Identification Number from the IRS, obtain all necessary licenses and permits, comply wi... More »

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To start a for-profit group home, write a business plan, obtain an Employer Identification Number, apply for the necessary permits, secure financing and select a location for the home. Adding value-added amenities and se... More »

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To apply for a USDOT number, you need either an Employer Identification Number or a Social Security Number, process agent information, and the names and identification details of company officers, including their titles.... More »

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A Federal Tax Identification Number, also known as an Employer Identification Number, is a number assigned to a business as a form of identification, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Individuals typically use t... More »

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