You do NOT have to apply for a new federal employer number (aka an IRS FEIN) if any one (1) of the following statements are correct: *An IRS FEIN is not needed for federal tax purposes, but a single member LLC may still apply for a federal employer number for banking and/or state tax purposes.
You do NOT have to apply for a new federal employer number (aka an IRS FEIN) if any one (1) of the following statements are correct: **If a liquidating trust is set up for the bankrupt partnership, then you must apply for an IRS FEIN for the liquidating trust.
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***If the new buyer & the existing general partners immediately apply the capital and/or profits to a new partnership, then they can continue to use the previous partnership's IRS FEIN. Employer Identification Number and its representatives are only expressing their opinions.
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