Tax Identification Number

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Tax Identification Number

A number the IRS assigns to businesses and other entities, such as trusts, for tax purposes. While the TIN exists for a variety of reasons, its main function is to ensure that each organization is billed for its own taxes, and not those of another entity with the same name. Social Security numbers serve as TINs for individuals.
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C4H's federal ID number for donations is: #27-0648741.
Both said, yes, they had verified the exact name of the firm and the [firm's] federal ID number, and I confirmed that with them.
If they are interested, they will probably ask you for a formal letter, which has your federal ID number on it.
To take advantage of this benefit, affiliates must review their constitutions for compliance with Code Section 501(c)(3) requirements, have federal ID number and submit a letter authorizing the national organization to include them on MTNA's "group exemption roster." The national headquarters provides guidelines for completing the process.
For sole proprietors filing as a limited liability corporation, or LLC, it's particularly important in New Hampshire to provide your tax preparer or accountant with a federal ID number for the LLC, or a New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration-issued ID.
Facilities will need their facility ID number and federal ID number in order to file online.
Using the business name, address, phone numbers and federal ID number, the service returns a variety of information designed to help expose the possibility of fraud.
* Obtain a Federal ID number from the Internal Revenue Service.
"When we went to get the federal ID number, which is required for a partnership, an IRS agent informed us about the penalties associated with a club if it fails to file taxes, on time--$50 per month per club member for every month that you are late.

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