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where do i find employers state id number

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where do i find employers state id number
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Lev replied 6 years ago.

LEV :

Hi and welcome to Just Answer!

LEV :

Are you an employer or you are an employee?

JACUSTOMER-eo8ldveh- :

employer

LEV :

Did you ever applied for the tax ID?

LEV :

What state do you live?

JACUSTOMER-eo8ldveh- :

we have a federal EIN but not sure where to locate a state id number i need it to put on the w-2's

JACUSTOMER-eo8ldveh- :

ny

LEV :

In most states - you may use the same ID



An IRS notice CP 575 was sent when when a Employer ID Number (FEIN) was issues.


LEV :

What state do you locate?

JACUSTOMER-eo8ldveh- :

New york so i can uses my federal tax id? i have a stae unemployemt number is XXXXX what i should use

LEV :

You might have a state tax ID in NY for the collection of sales tax. Do not use unemployemt number on the W2.

JACUSTOMER-eo8ldveh- :

we dont colect sales tax

LEV :

In this case - just use your federal tax ID.

JACUSTOMER-eo8ldveh- :

ok

JACUSTOMER-eo8ldveh- :

thanks

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Expert:  Lev replied 6 years ago.

Additional Note - seems that you may use NY state ID which you are using to remit SUTA taxes in the place of the state ID on the W2 form - sorry for confusion.

But if you use the federal ID in both places - that will be accepted as well.

Sorry for confusion.