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Both of these numbers should be obtained soon after incorporating. The State TIN, in particular, poses an immediate deadline of 120 days following the nonprofit corporation's formation within which application must be made to secure tax exemption for certain nonprofit activities.
A nonprofit corporation can secure its TIN by submitting a completed Form NP-20A, found at the Indiana Department of revenue's Nonprofit forms page.
A nonprofit corporation can secure its EIN by following the instructions and "APPLY ONLINE NOW" link at the IRS's "Apply for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) Online" page. Or, the corporation can secure its EIN by submitting a completed Form SS-4, found at the IRS's "Form SS-4, Application for Employer Identification Number (EIN)" page.
For further information on the topics discussed on this page, see:
Information Bulleting #17 Income Tax Indiana Department of Revenue (describing taxation and filing requirements of nonprofit organizations)
Do You Need an EIN? Maintained by the Internal Revenue Service (indicating EIN necessary for an organization organized as a corporation or acting as a nonprofit)