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What do I do if the IRS issues more than one ID number for my business?
Let’s say you file Form SS-4 with the IRS, and then get impatient and call the IRS’ toll-free phone number. Because you’re dealing with two different IRS offices, there’s a good chance the IRS will issue two different ID numbers for your business
Do we still have to send them 1099 forms?
The law is a little fuzzier when it comes to accountants and other professionals, but Hunt advises that 1099s be sent to all providers of professional services, even if they are LLCs or corporations.
How do I get a tax ID number?
Every new business needs its own tax ID number. To get a federal tax ID number, you must fill out IRS Form SS-4 (available from the IRS Web site at www.irs.gov –click on “Forms and Publications”), and either mail or fax it to the IRS office indicated in the Instructions to Form SS-4. There is no fee.
How long does the tax ID process take, and is there a quicker way to get one?
Most IRS offices will issue the number by mail within two to three weeks after they receive your Form SS-4. If you can’t wait that long, you can call the IRS and get a tax ID number assigned to you over the telephone.