I am trying to figure out whether to use my SSN or my LLC's EIN on the 1099-Misc that I need to fill out for rent paid. Same question for the recipient. Both of us are sole-member LLC's: we'd be sole proprietors if the LLC option didn't exist. The instructions state:For a single-member LLC (...) that is disregarded as an entity separate from its owner.... For the TIN, enter the individual's SSN (or EIN, if applicable). If the LLC is a corporation, partnership, etc., enter the entity's EIN.Does the "if applicable" refer to the last sentence? (If so, that's not how exceptions are generally worded.) So is it SSN or EIN?Yes, I'm late.Thanks for any help.Kathleen
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