FEIN Search Form

Use this form to search for Federal Employer Identification Numbers (FEIN).

To search, select or verify your permissible use from the Drivers' Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) or the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) drop-down lists, then fill in the form and click Search. You must fill in at least one field; you don't need to enter data for every field.

Note: For more information about selecting a permissible use, see Permissible Uses.
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Form Search/Terms and Connectors
  • Select Form Search if you want to search just by filling in the form. You can use alphabetical characters, spaces, periods, and apostrophes, but not wildcards (! or *) or connectors (AND, OR, and W/2) in your search.
  • Select Terms and Connectors searching if you want to enter search terms in addition to the fields displayed on the form. An Additional Terms field appears. You can use wildcards and connectors (AND's and OR's and AND NOT) in all the fields.
Company Name

Enter the full or partial company name and its variations.

Example:

Lotus Corp.

Lotus Development Corp.

IBM

FEIN

Enter the FEIN (Federal Employer Identification Number, the identifier for a business entity) for the company. You can use the following formats:

Example:
123456789
123 45 6789
123-45-6789
						
Street AddressEnter a complete or partial street address.
Example:

10 Brown Street

fifth st

City

Enter the city of residence for the person you are looking for. Your search will find results for the exact city name as well as for associated city names.

Example: If you enter Skokie (and Illinois for the state) your search will find records for Chicago as well as for Skokie.
StateSelect the state the person resides in or select All Available States.
Zip CodeYou can enter a zip code to limit your search to a specific geographical area. We recommend you limit your entry to the 5-digit form most commonly used.
SearchClick the Search button to begin your search.
Clear FormClick the Clear Form link to clear all the data you have entered in the fields.

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