employer identification number

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em·ploy·er i·den·ti·fi·ca·tion num·ber

(EIN) (em-ploy'ĕr ī-dent'i-fi-kā'shŭn nŭm'bĕr)
A numeric specifier obtained from the government for identification of business/employer tax information; often it is the patient's social security number.
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If your Branch recently received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that reads "We assigned you an Employer Identification Number (EIN)," please send a copy of the letter you received from the IRS to ACEI as soon as possible.
Released for public comment on June 16, 1998, the national employer identification number is issued and maintained by the Internal Revenue Service.
Applying for a federal employer identification number is done by filing a Form SS-4, Application for Employer Identification Number (EIN).
You will need a Federal Employer Identification Number ("FEIN") even if you are not planning on having employees or paying employer taxes.
Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) Database, which includes federal tax numbers for businesses
Second, if appropriate, the CPA can assist his or her new client in filing for an Employer Identification Number (EIN).
The affidavit must include your name, trade name (if any), street address, city, state and zip code; your federal firearms license number; employer identification number and/or Arms Control Act Number (if applicable).
tax return or obtain an employer identification number (EIN).
Tip 3) Make sure the employer identification number (EIN) on the Form 5500 is the same as that listed on the Form 5558 and that they are the same as issued by the IRS.
Patriot's referral program is available to all businesses in the United States with a valid Employer Identification Number, or to any U.

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