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With EINsearch.com, Federal Tax Identification Numbers are just seconds away. Whether searching our internal EIN database of over 20 million verified EINs, or validating an EIN through our direct link to the IRS, results are fast, easy and accurate.

Our simple-to-navigate service expedites your company workflow and makes it convenient to train employees on a single system.


How using an EIN Database Lookup service can help your business

Save Time & Labor

Accurate reverse EIN lookup results are available within seconds. Our easy-to-navigate system saves valuable time when training employees and integrating our services into compliance programs.

Comply With Federal Laws

EINs are integral to many Due Diligence compliance programs and required when issuing 1099s during tax season. Avoid hefty fines, penalties, and compliance risk with validated and accurate EINs.

Reduce Instances Of Fraud

Validating and matching EINs to correct business names helps authenticate customer-provided information, which enhances due diligence programs and reduces identity theft and fraudulent activities.

So much easier to train

“Overall, it’s a good system. If I had to hone in on anything, though, it is its simplicity. That makes it so much easier to train everyone else.”

— N.P., Vida Divina

Fast, easy to work with

“They help us validate our new customers when they come onboard. They are fast, easy to work with and provide updates whenever there are any issues with the IRS. Would recommend!”

— D.O., Brightwheel

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What is an EIN?

EIN and TIN are frequently used interchangeably. A tax identification number, or TIN for short, is a special number assigned to a company, individual, or other legal organization. An Employer Identification Number (EIN), a Social Security Number (SSN), or an Individual Tax Identification Number are a few examples of Tax Identification Numbers (TIN).

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and numerous other organizations, including banks and governmental bodies, utilize these distinctive nine-digit numbers to help identify a person, company, or other legal entity.

When do companies require an EIN Lookup?

EINs are required by businesses for practically all transactions. We advise all business owners who do not want to utilize their Social Security Number as their TIN to apply for an EIN as soon as they start operating, regardless of whether they form a business entity, a trust, are a sole proprietorship, or are self-employed.

What is the purpose of EINs?

EINs are utilized practically daily, whether a person is a solo owner, self-employed, or running a company entity. EINs are used to identify the person or company providing the record whenever a tax return is filed, a document is submitted to the IRS or another government agency, a bank account is opened, a loan application is made, or a credit card is requested.

When is the EIN of another company required?

Many institutions and governmental agencies frequently utilize EINs to confirm the existence of an entity. In order to check or verify a company’s details, you might need to know its EIN. When producing a Form 1099 to be submitted to the IRS, preparing a business’ tax return, or trying to process a significant application like opening a bank account, a loan application, or insurance underwriting, these are some of the most frequent instances where you might need a company’s EIN.

Why are EINs beneficial to have?

An EIN is a unique identification number for your company or legal entity. People frequently desire to safeguard their Social Security numbers (and rightfully so). You can keep your personal social security number private while still preserving a recognizable and acceptable identity while you go about your company by using an EIN to identify it.

How can I apply for an EIN?

Form SS-4, Application for Employee Identification Number, is used to submit an EIN application directly to the IRS website. The application form and instructions for filling out the form are available at the following URLs: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fss4.pdf and https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/iss4.pdf (instructions)

Individuals can also submit a new EIN application directly online through the IRS. You can download your EIN confirmation letter right away after the procedure, which takes about 5 to 10 minutes. https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/apply-for-an-employer-identification-number-ein-online By using this link, you just need to select the “Apply Now” button in the page’s center to finish the application.

What is a reverse EIN Lookup?

When you perform a reverse EIN lookup for an EIN, it means you already know the 9-digit EIN number and want to find out what company it belongs to.

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