IRS SS-4 Forms

IRS SS-4 Forms

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Questions & answers

You can request a replacement copy by calling the IRS Business and Specialty Tax Line. The phone number is (800) 829-4933, and the line is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., taxpayer local time, Monday through Friday.
You can complete the SS-4 on the IRS' website through their online portal. To apply using this online portal you must have a business address in the U.S. and a valid taxpayer number (i.e., SSN). You must complete the application in one session (a session expires after 15 minutes of inactivity).
5b6 Go to www.irs.gov/FormSS4 for instructions and the latest information. 5b6 See separate instructions for each line. 5b6 Keep a copy for your records. Type or print clearly.
Call 800-829-4933 to verify a number or to ask about the status of an application by mail. Form SS-4 downloaded from IRS.gov is a fillable form and, when completed, is suitable for faxing or mailing to the IRS. Fax. 855-215-1627 (within the U.S.) Fax. 304-707-9471 (outside the U.S.)
Form W-9, which requests the taxpayer identification number of a taxpayer, is different from Form SS-4. While W-9 can seek certification of an EIN, Form SS-4 is used to actually apply for an EIN.
Call 800-829-4933 to verify a number or to ask about the status of an application by mail. Form SS-4 downloaded from IRS.gov is a fillable form and, when completed, is suitable for faxing or mailing to the IRS. Fax. 855-215-1627 (within the U.S.) Fax. 304-707-9471 (outside the U.S.)
Use Form SS-4 to apply for an employer identification number (EIN). An EIN is a 9-digit number (for example, 12-3456789) assigned to employers, sole proprietors, corporations, partnerships, estates, trusts, certain individuals, and other entities for tax filing and reporting purposes.
Who needs to file Form SS-4? You need to file Form SS-4 if your business is required to have an FEIN. If you have employees, are structured as a corporation or partnership, or meet other IRS requirements, you must have an FEIN. When you file documents like Form W-2, you must include your EIN.
The only way to get an EIN Verification Letter (147C) is to call the IRS at 1-800-829-4933. For security reasons, the IRS will never send anything by email.
If you don't have a copy of Form SS-4, or have not yet applied for an EIN, you can now use the IRS' online application tool to submit your Form SS-4 and obtain it.