MVC issues Entity Identification Numbers (EIN) to businesses located in New Jersey. Your business will receive a 15-digit EIN that will be required for all transactions. EIN was formerly known as Corporation Code (Corpcode).
Financial institutions, leasing companies or businesses located outside the State that are legally registered to conduct business in New Jersey may request an EIN.
Before the MVC can issue an EIN, you must register your business with the New Jersey Division of Revenue and request a Federal Tax ID Number (FEIN).
The following businesses must file organizational documents with New Jersey Commercial Recording:
Sole proprietorships and partnerships are not required to register with Commercial Recording, but must provide a Business Registration Certificate or Tax License issued by the New Jersey Division of Revenue or proof of registration with the County Clerk where the business is located.
Note: It is your responsibility to ensure that the registration renewal applications are properly distributed to individual locations.
Address change requests must be submitted on Application (BA-8) within seven days and include:
Requests can be sent by mail, fax or e-mail as follows:
Name change requests must be submitted on Application (BA-8) within seven days. This includes changes for:
NOTE: If Tax Identification number changes with name change, you must apply for a new Corpcode and provide documents as listed above in obtaining an EIN.
If your company is a financial institution, leasing company or rental company, you may apply for a New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission EIN if the vehicle will be garaged, titled and registered within the State.
If your corporate headquarters already has an EIN, you will be required to use that number.
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