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If you do not remember your login ID: For tax exempt organizations, your login ID starts with the EIN of your organization (without the dash/hyphen) plus two digits. The two digits are placed at the end of the EIN and are 01 for the first person who prepares the organizationís 990-N (e-postcard). That login ID does not change until a new person takes over preparing the Form 990-N. The new person would obtain their own login ID - which will end with 02. So for EIN 55-5555555, the first login ID would be 55555555501. The Login ID for the second person who prepares the Form 990-N would be 55555555502. The Login ID for the person after that would be 55555555503 and so on. If the same person prepares the Form 990-N each year, their login ID does not change from year to year.

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Last modified: December 30, 2013.