No one likes filing taxes, and it can be challenging to know what the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) demands. One fact is that they require all businesses to identify themselves with the IRS through their TIN. So, essentially, your choice of business entity determines the type of tax identification number you will use.

If you’re just starting, you can use a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) or an Employer Identification Number (EIN), depending on what type of company you establish. Understanding the difference between a TIN and an EIN can help, and despite both being used by the government to keep

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