THE SIMPLE EIN PROCESS
Starting a new business can be hectic and confusing. We’ve learned the hard way by calling our state and tax offices, waiting on the phone for hours and emailing many times without any response. This is a headache almost all business owners face when starting their new business.
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Apply for an EIN Employer Identification Number Online:
An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number, and is used to identify a business entity. Generally, all businesses need an EIN. You must fill out an EIN application and your business will be given an EIN number immediately!
Reason You May Need to Apply For an EIN:
- Started a new business
- Hired or will hire employees, including household employees
- Opened a bank account that requires an EIN for banking purposes
- Formed or created a Trust, Corporation, Partnership or LLC
- Changed the legal character or ownership of your organization
- Purchased a going business
- Represent an Estate that operates a business after the owner’s death
What is an EIN Number? What is a Tax ID? Are they the same?
YES – an EIN number and Tax ID are considered the same thing. There are actually many acronyms used (listed below) to describe the same 9-digit number the IRS requires an entity to obtain in order to start or manage a business and/or estate.
EIN number and Tax ID numbers are assigned to your business through an application process.
Below are the names and acronyms for this number:
- Employer Identification Number (EIN)
- Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)
- Tax ID Number (TIN)
- Federal Tax ID
- Federal Tax ID Number (Federal TIN)
EIN Numbers and Tax ID Numbers are used to identify a business entity or additional entities like Estates or Trusts, just as you as an individual would be identified by your Social Security Number.
Our company is a privately owned expediting service not affiliated with the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) or any other governmental or regulatory body or agency. We provide expert assistance and a secure online order form to help and assist in providing your information to the proper government office and to help obtain Federal Tax Identification Numbers from the IRS.
All submissions made to the proper government office/agency will be made in the requestor’s name. As a “Third Party Designee,” pursuant to IRS Form SS-4, our company prepares and submits applications for an Employer Identification Number (“EIN”) to the IRS on behalf of its clients. We do not verify EIN application submissions and we are not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided. Any individual may obtain and submit his or her own EIN application at no cost through the official IRS website. Our company makes no warranties or representations, express or implied, regarding the information on this website and we are not liable for any and all damages resulting from the use of, reference to, or reliance on information provided on this website.
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