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Why do I need a new Employer Identification Number?
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Posted On : Fri Aug 28th,2009

Why do I need a new Employer Identification Number?


Generally, businesses need a new EIN when their ownership or structure has changed. Although changing the name of your business does not require you to obtain a new EIN. Getting a new EIN also depends on the type of your business entity.




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Comments (5)
Frieda Buck   wrote on : Fri Jan 29th,2010
Our church needs an Employer's State Tax ID number. Where can I get one? First Baptist Church %Frieda Buck 301 E. Delay Street Sandborn, IN 47578      View Detail
Reply :
Dear Frieda Buck:

Thanks for choosing for your business needs. Your question is not clear. Because it may either be a re-seller permit or an Employer Identification Number. State Id number or re-seller permit  is used for suppliers to get exempt status on purchases and Employer Identification number is used to hire employees. We are sending you links for both. Please use one of the following link as per your requirement.

Link for Res-Seller Permit Or An State ID Number:

Link for EIN (Employer Identification Number) to hire employees:

Business Filing

Joe L. Duran   wrote on : Tue Mar 02nd,2010
I retired from my job at 62. I was interested in doing consultant work a couple of days a week during my retirement, but was told that because of their policy I had to be at least 65. Now I am 65 and would like to persue that. Someone mention to me that it would be good to file for a DBA, if I was going to work as an independent contractor. My question is: Do I need a DBA, to do consultant work as an independent contractor, why, what is the cost and what are the benefits?      View Detail
Reply :
Dear Joe L.Duran,

Thanks for choosing for your business needs. I do not see any reason in your case creating a dba for your consulting business. It is not even required for you. It can only be useful for you If your are advertising your business.

As far as the cost is concerned please use the following link. Because it depends on each county and filing fees.
Business Documents

Unice   wrote on : Tue May 04th,2010
Reply :

You have to call to Internal Revenue Service.

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