IRS Tax Compliance

Reduce the risk of costly penalties with the information you need to verify correct customer/contractor data before you file.

  • IRS TIN/Name matching – Easily match vendor and customer Tax ID (TIN/EIN) against the IRS database with results in seconds. 
  • EIN/Name Lookup System – Lookup process to retrieve the name of an organization with a valid EIN.  Useful for getting correct company name if you have been given an EIN/Name mismatch*. 
  • Death Master File (DMF) – Continuously updated list maintained by the Social Security Administration (SSA) of all known deceased individuals.  This list is used primarily by the financial services industry to identify if customers/account holders have deceased and in the prevention of identity theft and fraud.  
  • USPS Address Verification – Validates existing address information with United States Postal Service database.  Match returns complete standardized address, zip+4 and Delivery Point Code* 
  • IRS Exempt Organizations – Verify the status of organizations that have federal tax-exempt status (Religious organizations, Non-profit, etc.) 
  • Global Intermediary Identification Number (GIIN) Validation – Automatically validate a foreign financial institution’s Global Intermediary Identification Number (GIIN) against the most up to date IRS information.  

*not included in TINCheck Bulk

Global Watchlist Verifications

Protect your business from sanctions, penalties and fraud by checking if a person or business is involved in any illegal activities according to the following global watch lists:   

  • Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) – This database is managed by the Treasury Department to identify individuals and companies owned, controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, targeted countries. The OFAC Watch List also lists individuals, groups, and entities, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under programs that are not country specific. These individuals and companies are called “Specially Designated Nationals” or “SDNs.” Their assets are blocked, and U.S. persons/entities are generally prohibited from dealing with them and subject to penalty if they do.   
  • OFAC consists of a number of different lists all of which are included in your TINCheck subscription.  These lists include: 
  • Additional US and Global Watchlists: 
    • Arms Export Control Act – Monitors the export of defense related articles and services.  
    • Consolidated Sanctions List – Consolidated list of all non-SDN sanctions. 
    • Denied Persons – List of individuals and entities that have been denied export privileges. 
    • Designated Foreign Terrorist – Maintained by the State Department to identify designated terrorist individuals and organizations. 
    • Entity List – Maintained by the Department of Commerce to identify entities that have engaged in activities that could result in diversion of exports, reexports, and transferred materials related to weapons of mass destruction.
    • EU Sanctions List – Lists organizations/governments subject to sanctions designated by the UN Security Council.   
    • Excluded Parties List – Companies that have been debarred, suspended, excluded or disqualified from receiving government contracts or benefits. Government agencies are required to check this list. 
    • Excluded Individuals and Entities – Maintained by Health and Human Services, this list tracks individuals and entities that are forbidden from working in or being hired by the healthcare industry.  
    • FBI Wanted Lists – List of known criminal enterprises, cyber criminals, fugitives, violent crimes, domestic terrorists, child crimes and more.
    • Foreign Sanction Evaders – Foreign individuals and organizations that have violated or attempted to violate US sanctions. 
    • Interpol Wanted – Individuals wanted by the requesting member country, or international tribunal.
    • Palestinian Legislative Council – US financial institutions are required to reject transactions with members of the PLC
    • Politically Exposed People – Maintained by the CIA is a list of Heads of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments.  
    • Sectoral Sanctions Identifications – Russian individuals that organizations are prohibited to deal with
    • Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) – Foreign citizens / entities must register to do business in the US or face penalties. 
    • Ukraine-Russia Related Sanctions – Maintained by the Treasury Department and represents the implementation of sanctions programs from multiple legal authorities.   
    • United Nations Consolidated – The Consolidated List includes all individuals and entities subject to measures imposed by the Security Council. 
    • Unverified List – Maintained by the Department of Commerce to identify restrictions on exports, reexports and transfers (in country) to persons listed on the UVL.  
    • US Commodity Administrative & Reparations Sanctions – List maintained by the USDA of organizations that have not met contractual obligations in buying and selling fresh and frozen produce. 

Casino Banned Patrons

State and local list of banned patrons from casino gaming enterprises. Lists include:

  • Illinois Gaming Board Exclusion List 
  • Michigan Gaming Control Board 
  • Mississippi Gaming Commission Exclusion List 
  • Missouri Gaming Commission Exclusion Lists 
  • Nevada Gaming Control Board 
  • New Jersey Casino Control Commission Exclusion List 

Canadian Justice Laws:

  • Consolidated Regulations  
  • Special Economic Measure Act  
  • Freezing Assets of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act  

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