Simple. Write a note to social Security with the name of your business and social security number.(Your other demographic information will probably get a quick answer.)they will send you your number by mail. that's what I did. It worked. Will it work for you? It's the government! Good luck.
How to file for a tax payer or employer ID number?
A taxpayer identification number is often referred to as an Employer Identification Number (EIN). It is a nine digit number that is used for taxes, banking and other business purposes. To obtain an EIN you need to obtain, complete and file the Form SS-4, "Application for Employer Identification Number" with the IRS. The form has a set of instructions on the back, which explains what parts of the form need to be completed depending on the reason for filing. You can obtain this form and download it from the IRS website at www.irs.gov. The form is free.
by rafken6 years ago
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by Keith Schroeder6 years ago
I'll be happy to answer them. I have practiced in the tax field for 27 years and enjoy helping others resolve tax issues. If the question requires a large answer I will create a hub page.
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