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    sole proprietor switching from SSN to EIN
    I have operated my sole proprietorship for several years using my SSN. I need to switch to using a EIN in order to hire employees.

    How, and what issues are involved in making this change? I have bank accounts, contracts, tax returns, business licenses, etc. that use my SSN. Can I simultaneously use my SSN and EIN for a while?


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    Just get the EIN from the IRS and update all the places you mentioned. As a sole proprietor you are filing a "Schedule C" as part of your tax return. There is a line at the top for the business EIN if not using your social security number. Just put it there on your next tax return you file.

    You should not use both at the same time.


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    A government boss recognizable proof number, or EIN, is a nine-digit number the IRS appoints to organizations for charge documenting and detailing purposes. The IRS utilizes the EIN to distinguish the citizen. ... Be that as it may, most sole owners don't have to acquire an EIN and can utilize their Social Security numbers all things being equal.


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