Do only businesses need a ferderal tax id number?
Tax ID Numbers are given by the US Government to businesses, estates, churches, non-profit organizations, or an individual going into business for himself. Basically, anything that is subject to the tax laws of the Federal Government that is not a "person" qualifies for a Tax ID Number.
I am guessing you mean approve you so you can receive credit from their business. The answer is no businesses. The business you have a Tax ID for is just an result of your own personal credit. They need to know everything about your own credit history to grant you credit. To do this they will need your credit references and/or your social security number to run a credit check and make sure your credit…
Can you deposit cash into someone else account at different bank with only account number or do you need bank routing number also?
Federal Tax Identification Numbers are like a social security number for employers and businesses. They have no reason to give it to you and probably won't. The only people who need this information are employees and subcontractors who do work for the business. These people are given the number on W-2 forms and 1099 forms at the end of the year. Why would you want this number if you are not one of these catagories.
You only need a DOT number if you own and operate a Big Truck. INCORRECT! If you're in the transportation business period, you need either a USDOT number, or, for an intrastate only operation, a state DOT exemption number. It is not limited to just large vehicles - a company such as Hertz, which rents out passenger cars, is also required to have a USDOT number.
From January 1939 on, Jews in Germany were forbidden to own businesses (or hold managerial posts in any business in Germany). Jewish-owned businesses were seized by the German government and sold off - in some cases by Nazi party bosses to their friends. (A very small number of exceptions were allowed: for example, there were a handful of cafes that were allowed to serve Jews only).
When using Excel do you have to delete the current value in a cell before you can begin entering a new value?
No you don't. A lot of people do it by habit, but there is no need to do it. As soon as you start typing, whatever is there will be replaced. The only thing you need to be careful of is that the cell will have the formatting of the previous value and this may affect what you type in. So if there had been a date in the cell and you type a number…