There are many acronyms used by the IRS to identify the types of taxpayers and they are quite confusing for someone new, in this blog, we can discuss EIN and TIN.
EIN and TIN are both used for business purposes meanwhile SSN and ITIN is used to identify yourself.
EIN (Employer Identification Number)
An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a federal tax identification number and is used to identify a business entity.
EIN is a unique nine-digit number issued by the IRS and includes information about which state in which the corporation is registered.
It is commonly used by employers for the purpose of reporting taxes. It is also used by estates and trusts which have income which is required to be reported on Form 1041, U.S. Income Tax Return for Estates and Trusts.
TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number)
Taxpayer Identification Number is an umbrella term that is housing the EIN, ITIN and SSN.
So therefore TIN is basically itself not an identification number.
A TIN is necessary to file tax returns, statements or other tax related documents, so a form TIN is necessary to deal with the IRS.
So, yeah TIN and EIN are not really the same.
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