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This section contains some information to help you get started.For more information on this topic, see How to Register a Business with the IRS.To establish electronic signatures for your business, we require that each business record the following information in the same way. This is in addition to other information required by IRC (b)—the required recordkeeping form, Form 2555. It is possible to keep a separate record for each business.(1) The name of the business. (2) The address of the business and the street name where it is located. (3) The registration number of the business. (4) The legal description of the business.(5) Information required from you for registration with the IRS, Form 2555. (6) The dates you registered the business with the IRS, when you filed your initial report on Form 2555, and the date you filed your updated application to register with the IRS, or amended application to register on Form 2555-EZ if the business has been inactive for more than three years.If you use an electronic signing device (such as an electronic signature service), you must use the same electronic signature or signature recognition system used by the IRS for your application to register with the IRS. In the case of the application to register on Form 2555-EZ you must use the same electronic signature or signature recognition system used by the IRS for a filing of Form 2555-EZ and an application for a Form 2555-ESW. If we cannot determine the method of electronic sign...

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