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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It asks for the name, address and employer identification number of the controlled entity, a description of the transfer and the amount transferred.
* Before extending credit, obtain a Social Security number or employer identification number for your customer.
SBA has established an automated system to allow small firms to register their business at the state level and apply for and receive their Federal Employer Identification Number at the same time.
Customers are given a nine-digit Employer Identification Number and requested to use a new address and phone number such as that of a relative or friend.
HHS also finalized the adoption of the federal tax identifier as the standard, unique employer identification number under HIPAA.
The following is the summary annual report for the NEA Members Insurance Trust Plan (Trust), Employer Identification Number 52-1126682, including information for NEA Life Insurance Program, NEA Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance Program, NEA DUES-TAB, and NEA MemberCare Medicare [R] Supplement Program for period beginning September 1, 1999, and ending August 31, 2000.
We understand time is precious for you, and your promptness in returning the required forms has helped accelerate the process to obtain an Employer Identification Number (a.k.a.
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.
Second, if appropriate, the CPA can assist his or her new client in filing for an Employer Identification Number (EIN).

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