Estate Federal EIN Application

What is a Estate?

An estate (or decedent estate) or succession is a legal entity created as a result of a person`s death. The estate consists of the real estate and/or personal property of the deceased person. The estate pays any debts owed by the decedent, and distributes the balance of the estate`s assets to the beneficiaries of the estate.

Information on the Deceased Individual

Must match IRS records

Executor/Personal Representative Information

Must match IRS records

Executor/Personal Representative Address

No P.O Boxes Allowed

Mailing Address

Dates

Authorization

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