Tax Identification Number

(redirected from Tax Identification Numbers)

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Confidential information will also be stored in a corresponding database to be kept by the government, including, among other things, their e-mail address, mobile number, marriage certificate, passport, social security and tax identification numbers, and even their parents' birth certificate.
These subtrusts will need unique tax identification numbers.
The information should include tax identification numbers (TIN), complete names, income amount, and tax withheld from the payees.
The directory will not include tax preparers with preparer tax identification numbers who are not members of any of the above-listed groups of preparers.
Initially, the Commission argues that "one of the options would be to develop the TIN portal on Europa more" to make it easier to check national tax identification numbers.
The Eleventh Circuit held that the fee the IRS charges to issue preparer tax identification numbers (PTINs) to tax return preparers, who are required to use the PTINs on returns they prepare, is valid because the PTIN confers a special benefit on the preparers: the privilege to prepare tax returns for others for compensation (Jesse E.
The senators requested that business credit card issuers be required to collect business tax identification numbers to try and prevent non-business owners from getting business cards.
Because the server is connected to others with more sensitive information, it's also possible - though unlikely, Delf said - that perpetrators accessed addresses, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, tax identification numbers and direct-deposit bank account information for nearly 13,000 current and former staff members, as well as more limited information on nearly 13,000 individuals and companies doing business with the district.
Undocumented immigrants work for employers who can withhold income taxes, social security, and Medicare payments from their paychecks via tax identification numbers or false social security numbers.
This $2 billion figure is understated because some of these Medicare providers owed taxes under separate tax identification numbers (TIN) from the TINs that received the Medicare payments or they did not file their tax returns.
Michael Gallagher had written letters urging parishes to create new bank accounts with new tax identification numbers and transfer parish funds into them.
Agriculture Department contractor responding to a request for public information accidentally released the Social Security and tax identification numbers of about 350,000 tobacco farmers.