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To do business as an LLC or a corporation, you need a federal Employer ID Number (EIN) from the IRS—the business equivalent of an individual's Social Security number.
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Without an EIN, your business simply can't get off the ground. It’s necessary to file federal tax returns and to receive a tax ID number from most states. Aside from taxes, you need an EIN to open a business banking account or credit card. And when it comes to invoicing, many companies won’t pay you without an EIN on file.
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Yes. A new EIN is essential to identifying your business for tax purposes. Using the previous owner’s EIN can lead to major problems—particularly if there were any previous tax problems, such as unpaid payroll taxes or improperly claimed credits.
Yes. Much like a Social Security number, the government uses your EIN (also known as a federal business tax ID number) to identify your business. Every corporation needs for taxes, even if you don’t have employees. Additionally, banks, credit card companies, and vendors will likely demand your EIN before transactions.