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How to find my business tax id number

how to find my business tax id number

Minnesota Tax ID

Are you a new Minnesota business owner? Do you need to obtain your state and federal tax ID numbers? If so, this website will help walk you through the process.

State (Minnesota) Tax ID Number:

Most new businesses incorporated in the State of Minnesota will need to obtain a Minnesota state tax ID number soon after the business is formed. For example, a Minnesota tax ID number is required if the business performs taxable services; withholds income taxes from employee's wages; is required to make estimated business tax payments; or files a Minnesota S Corporation or partnership tax return.

Click here to learn how to apply for a Minnesota Tax ID Number. including links to the Minnesota Department of Revenue online application form.

U.S. (Federal) Tax ID Number:

A Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN or EIN) is also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number (Federal Tax ID Number), and is used to identify a business entity. Generally, Minnesota businesses need an EIN. You may apply for an EIN in various ways, and now you may apply online. This is a free service offered by the Internal Revenue Service.

Click here to learn how to apply for a Federal Tax ID Number. including links to the IRS online application form.

How Can an Attorney Help Me or My Business?

If you are not comfortable completing the tax ID number application

process yourself, or you don't have the time, a competent Minnesota corporate law attorney can help you apply for your Minnesota Tax ID Number and Federal Tax ID Number.

Regardless of whether you plan to apply for your Minnesota Tax ID Number and Federal Tax ID Number on your own, our law firm is interested in learning more about your new business.

In addition to obtaining tax ID numbers, Trepanier MacGillis Battina P.A. offers a full range of corporate law, business law, commercial litigation, and employment law services to emerging and established Minnesota businesses. If you are applying for tax ID numbers, most likely you are also negotiating your partnership agreement, starting business operations, hiring employees, drafting your standard contracts, and entering into agreements with suppliers, vendors, consultants, landlords, banks, and customers.

This is a critical time for your business. While talking to an attorney may not be the first thing on your mind, good legal planning now can often avoid headaches later.

Our firm offers a two (2) hour case evaluation and initial legal consultation for the flat fee of $500. During this consultation, we will help help walk you through the application process to obtain a tax ID number. Click here to review the Terms and Conditions of our Initial Legal Consultation Policy .

We look forward to hearing from you.

Craig W. Trepanier, Esq.

Trepanier MacGillis Battina P.A.

8000 Flour Exchange Building

Category: Taxes

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