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Good morning. You are required to provide them with this information. It doesn't make it taxable to you because you are simply being compensated for a loss you suffered, but the insurance company is required to report the payment to the IRS and thus requires your EIN.
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Do you know if I need to tell them to write a specific language on the check. For example: "this payment is for compensation of a loss" or any other statement?
Is it ok to ask them to provide 2 checks each $6000 so each deposit to the bank account is less than $10,000?