Call, write or email a company to obtain its state employer identification number, which is issued by the Internal Revenue Service, recommends the Houston Chronicle. Employers who lost their employer identification numbe... More »

You can perform a vehicle title lookup by entering the vehicle identification number, or VIN, into a secretary of state's online database, if available. Individuals can also request title information at a local departmen... More »

Social Security card holders or their representatives can look up forgotten numbers or replace lost cards by applying in person with required documents at a Social Security office. Employers or organizations needing to v... More »

When filing Form 941, enter your company's employer identification number, check the quarter for which you are filing, and enter the name of the owner and the name of the business, according to the Internal Revenue Servi... More » Business & Finance Taxes

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 » Business & Finance Taxes

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 »

The best way to find a federal tax identification number for a business is to contact either the company itself or the Internal Revenue Service, according to The Law Dictionary. This number is also known as the Employer ... More » Business & Finance Taxes