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FAQ / Is an employer ID number the same as a federal tax ID number?


Yes, an employer identification number, or EIN, is also known as a taxpayer identification number, or TIN. A sole proprietorship that has no employees and files no excise or pension tax returns is the only business that does not need an employer identification number. In this instance, the sole proprietor uses his or her social security number as the taxpayer identification number. To obtain a federal taxpayer identification number, you must register with the Internal Revenue Service. We can assist you in this process.


 




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