What is an EIN Application rejection? If your entity name is not unique and the IRS finds one that is similar, you may be denied an EIN. Limited Liability Companies and corporations can’t file articles of organization or incorporation until there is a unique entity name for that specific state.Your application for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) will be rejected due to the following reasons: 1) Entity Name Conflict If your entity name is not unique and the IRS finds one that is similar, you may be denied an EIN.
Why was my Ein application rejected for reference number 101?
A rejected EIN application indicating Reference Number 101 has a name conflict. The IRS requires a unique entity name before it will issue an EIN, similar to how the secretary of state requires a unique entity name within that state before Articles or Certificates of Formation may be successfully filed.
Can I get denied from getting an EIN?
Some of our clients have had trouble filing EIN applications on their own, and have asked us, “Can I get denied from getting an EIN?” It is possible to get denied for an Employer Identification Number, or EIN. Below we detail some common problems and how you can avoid them: An EIN application may be denied for conflicts resulting in a 101 error.
Why is the IRS not processing my Ein application?
The IRS will not process online EIN applications if the responsible party is an entity with an EIN previously obtained through the internet.
What is an EIN name conflict error?
This type of error occurs when there is an entity name conflict on the EIN application. More specifically, the IRS checks to ensure that the entity name is unique.