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My Federal Tax ID has been assigned but I wish to cancel it now. How do I do that?


Federal Tax ID (EIN) Filing Service


Once a Federal Tax ID has been assigned, it cannot be cancelled. However, you can request the Internal Revenue Service to close your business account, if your new business never started for example. To do this, mail a written request to Internal Revenue Service, Cincinnati, Ohio 45999. Include the complete legal name of the business entity, the business address, Federal Tax ID, and reason you wish to close the account.



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