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Good afternoon. You can sign for the shares as your sole proprietorship, but it's really simply semantics...if you do, then it will go on your Schedule C of your tax return...but you can use the EIN if you so desire.
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You and your sole proprietorship is really one and the same...it is not considered a separate entity so it will not contaminate the S Corp.