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"Tin Vs Ein" Discussion


A TIN, or Taxpayer Identification Number, is an identification number used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to track individual taxpayers. An EIN, or Employer Identification Number, is an identification number used by the IRS to track businesses. Both TINs and EINs are assigned by the IRS and are required for filing taxes.


TINs are nine-digit numbers that are assigned to individuals when they file their taxes. The first five digits of a TIN are based on the taxpayer's social security number (SSN), and the last four digits are assigned by the IRS. EINs are also nine-digit numbers, but they are assigned to businesses rather than individuals. The first two digits of an EIN indicate the business's entity type, and the remaining seven digits are assigned by the IRS.




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