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- How personal information is collected. For customers that want us to obtain a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN), we will need the SSN of the sole proprietor or responsible party for the business entity. We only collect a partial SSN on our online questionnaire. The remaining 5 digits are collected at a later time via email or phone.
- How and when the personal information is used. The SSN is used to obtain the FEIN via the IRS website or via IRS Form SS4.
- How the personal information is protected. We do not ask you submit the full SSN via our online questionnaire and do not keep the full SSN in one place. The partial SSN is stored as a PDF in our electronic files and the remaining digits are handwritten on a different document.
- Who has access to the personal information. CLF and its attorneys have access to the partial SSN. Only Zachary Copp has access to the full SSN.
- The method of disposal of the personal information. We discard the first 5 digits of your SSN after obtaining the FEIN.