If you run a business, trust or administer an estate, It is legally required for you to have a Federal tax identification number which is commonly known as Employer Identification Number or EIN for short. Why you need an EIN? You will be required to have an EIN for various purposes, running a business, hiring… Read More

What is an EIN Application rejection? Your application for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) will be rejected due to the following reasons: 1) Entity Name Conflict If your entity name is not unique and the IRS finds one that is similar, you may be denied an EIN. Limited Liability Companies and corporations can’t file articles… Read More

EIN Reference Number 101 (name conflict/duplicate): It is the most common error message that people will face while registering for EIN online. This issue arises because IRS must have found a business with a similar name that of yours. This could be resolved when the IRS could manually review the issue. Solution: File Form SS-4… Read More

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a federal tax identification number and is used to identify a business entity. It is commonly used by employers for the purpose of reporting taxes. It is also used by estates and trusts which have income which is required to be reported on Form 1041, U.S.… Read More

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a federal tax identification number and is used to identify a business entity. It is commonly used by employers for the purpose of reporting taxes. It is also used by estates and trusts which have income which is required to be reported on Form 1041, U.S.… Read More

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a federal tax identification number and is used to identify a business entity. It is commonly used by employers for the purpose of reporting taxes. It is also used by estates and trusts which have income which is required to be reported on Form 1041, U.S.… Read More

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is necessary when you need to make a deposit or file return and it is always suggested to obtain an EIN earlier to avoid the hassle. Overview An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a federal tax identification number and is used to identify a business entity. It… Read More

There are many acronyms used by the IRS to identify the types of taxpayers and they are quite confusing for someone new, in this blog, we can discuss EIN and TIN. EIN and TIN are both used for business purposes meanwhile SSN and ITIN is used to identify yourself. EIN (Employer Identification Number) An Employer… Read More

Yes! EIN is public information and it should be strictly guarded just like the Social Security number (SSN), An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is assigned to a business entity by the IRS to easily identify such an entity. Overview EIN is a unique-nine digit number, which is assigned to business entities, EIN could be acquired… Read More

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a federal tax identification number and is used to identify a business entity. EIN is a unique nine-digit number issued by the IRS and includes information about which state in which the corporation is registered. An EIN looks like the following format: XX-XXXXXXX. The first two… Read More