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Entities: Sole Proprietor, Partnership, Limited Liability Company/Partnership (LLC/LLP), Corporation, Subchapter S Corporation

Question: I recently formed a limited liability company (LLC). The LLC has no employees, is not subject to relevant excise taxes, and has not elected to be taxed as a corporation. Do I need a separate federal tax ID number for the LLC?

Answer:

  • If you are the sole owner of the LLC and the LLC has no employees, you will not need a separate federal tax ID number.
  • If you are not the sole owner of the LLC, you will need a separate federal tax ID number for the LLC.

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Category: Small Business, Self Employed, Other Business
Subcategory: Entities

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