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Erica.Busch Form SS-4 Pg. 37.pdf

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Note: Form SS-4 begins on the next page of this document. Change to Domestic Employer Identification Number (EIN) Assignment by Toll-Free Phones Beginning January 6, 2014, the IRS will refer all domestic EIN requests received by toll-free phones to the EIN Online Assistant. You can access the Assistant by going to www.irs.gov, entering “EIN” in the “Search” feature and following instructions for applying for an EIN online. Attention Limit of one (1) Employer Identification Number (EIN) Issuance per Business Day Effective May 21, 2012, to ensure fair and equitable treatment for all taxpayers, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will limit Employer Identification Number (EIN) issuance to one per responsible party per day. For trusts, the limitation is applied to the grantor, owner, or trustor. For estates, the limitation is applied to the decedent (decedent estate) or the debtor (bankruptcy estate). This limitation is applicable to all requests for EINs whether online or by phone, fax or mail. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Change to Where to File Address and Fax-TIN Number There is a change to the Instructions for Form SS-4 (Rev. January 2011). On page 2, under the "Where to File or Fax" table, the address and Fax- TIN number have changed. If you are applying for an Employer Identification Number (EIN), and you have no legal residence, principal place of business, or principal office or agency in any state or the District of Columbia, file or fax your application to: Internal Revenue Service Center Attn: EIN International Operation Cincinnati, OH 45999 Fax- TIN : 859-669-5987 This change will be included in the next revision of the Instructions for Form SS-4.
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Application for Employer Identification Number Form SS-4 EIN (Rev. January 2010) (For use by employers, corporations, partnerships, trusts, estates, churches, government agencies, Indian tribal entities, certain individuals, and others.) OMB No. 1545-0003 Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Legal name of entity (or individual) for whom the EIN is being requested 1 Executor, administrator, trustee, “care of” name 3 Trade name of business (if different from name on line 1) 2 Mailing address (room, apt., suite no. and street, or P.O. box) 4a Street address (if different) (Do not enter a P.O. box.) 5a City, state, and ZIP code (if foreign, see instructions) 4b City, state, and ZIP code (if foreign, see instructions) 5b County and state where principal business is located 6 Name of responsible party 7a Estate (SSN of decedent) Type of entity (check only one box). Caution. If 8a is “Yes,” see the instructions for the correct box to check. 9a
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