vtjon wrote:I would suspect that the Solo 401K EIN should match your Schedule C. In this case, it's likely your SSN.
JamesSFO wrote:Also, could you use your personal social security # as the owner of the plan?
Vanguard explicitly says that SSNs aren't allowed.
JamesSFO wrote:Is the nanny a W-2 employee of the EIN you want to open the I401K under? If so, you are out of luck since that company has employees.
JamesSFO wrote:Also what makes you think you can only get 1 EIN? I don't see anything at IRS.gov about this, just a limit of one per day...
Somehow I misunderstood and also misread a separate article. I can, in fact, get another EIN.
So... case closed... Thanks JamesSFO