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Date: 09/27/2011 07:23AM
Subject: Federal Tax transfer rejected
Your Tax payment (ID: 5516782131808), recently from your checking account was canceled by the your Bank.
Rejected Tax transaction
Tax Transaction ID: 5516782131808
Reason for rejection See details in the report below
FederalTax Transaction Report tax_report_5516782131808.pdf (Adobe Acrobat Reader Document)
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This EIN is your permanent number and can be used immediately for most of your business needs, including opening a bank account, applying for business licenses, and filing a tax return by mail. However, no matter how you apply (phone, fax, mail, or online), it will take up to two weeks before your EIN becomes part of the IRS’ permanent records. You must wait until this occurs before you can file an electronic return, make an electronic payment, or pass an IRS Taxpayer Identification Number matching program.
Due to a high volume of requests for EINs, the IRS will begin limiting the number of EINs assigned per day to a responsible party. Effective April 11, 2011, a responsible party will be limited to five (5) EINs in one business day. This limit is in effect whether you apply online, by phone, fax or mail.
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