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        First Time Employers

        If you’re starting up a new business or hiring employees for the first time, you’ll need to obtain an EIN (commonly known as a Tax ID #). Usually, the company who filed your incorporation papers can help you apply for your EIN. You can also apply for one online, via the IRS website.


        You can apply for an EIN on the IRS website at the link below. This online process will instantly provide you with an EIN number. No approval process is necessary. Simply input the personal information for all officers of the company, and the number will be issued.





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