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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Ad buyers will have to provide more information, including government-issued identifying items such as a Federal Election Commission ID number or a tax ID number.
Attendees must present a business card or Federal Tax ID when they arrive.
For individuals filing for the first time, or others who did not sign up yet, Markides said that they will need a tax ID number, a unique password for registration, a phone number, and an email.
While the IRS reports a downward trend in tax fraud identity theft cases (see "Tax Practice Comer: The War on Tax ID Theft Continues: CPAs' Role," JofA, Aug.
You should also consider getting a federal tax id, state tax id, any permits or licenses, trademarks, copyrights or patents, and a bank account.
But, Income Tax ID Cards, one of the attractions in the recently held main weeklong tax fair at the NBR Building in Dhaka, will not be available in the fairs at the tax zones outside the capital.
Azerbaijan Airlines Closed Joint-Stock Company , Z 1044, Baku, Bina settlement, Heydar Aliyev nternational Airport, Tax ID number: 9900000831, Bank Silk Way Open Joint Stock Company, ca:Z70NABZ 01350100000000020944, Bank ID:507473, Tax ID number:9900006241, SWIFT BIK:ZL Z 22, sa: Z15ZL38050001000000000000
It is particularly good since it will use the SCNA tax ID number and thus enable members to invest in the 529 Education Investment program without paying a commission.
From tax ID numbers to licensing make sure everything is in order.
He estimated that the averages of tax evasion in Tunisia remain high since 30% of taxpayers do not fulfill their tax duty in time, out of a total of people with a tax ID while a large majority of active persons do not have a tax roll.
Fewer CPAs than in 2016 reported encountering identity theft among their clients, it affected fewer of their clients, and they reported somewhat less difficulty in resolving the thefts that did occur (see the sidebar, "Fewer CPAs See Tax ID Theft").
account number and a current tax ID number, and they would send along