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Complete our easy-to-use online Application Assistant in just 4 easy steps to obtain a Federal Tax ID (EIN) Number for your business, estate or trust quickly and easily without the need to fill out complex and confusing government forms. We are not affiliated with the IRS, we work only for you to insure a smooth filing experience and help prevent errors commonly made during the application process. Our user-friendly EIN Application Assistant simplifies the process and takes just minutes to complete.

What is an EIN?

The Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as the Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) or the Federal Tax Identification Number, is a unique nine-digit number assigned by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to business entities operating in the United States for the purposes of identification. When the number is used for identification rather than employment tax reporting, it is usually referred to as a TIN, and when used for the purposes of reporting employment taxes, it is usually referred to as an EIN.

Do you need an EIN?

It is time to obtain a Federal Tax ID Number, or (EIN), Number for your new business. An (EIN) Number will identify you, your business accounts, tax returns and documents, even if you have no employees and can be used immediately for most of your business needs, including:

  • Opening a business bank account
  • Forming a new LLC, Corporation or Partnership
  • Applying for business licenses
  • Filing a tax return by mail
  • Hiring employees

How to apply for an EIN

You can use the IRS website or obtain a form SS-4 and try and complete it yourself without our help for no charge; however, the IRS site can be hard to use and preparing and filing a form SS-4 can take over an hour. For a one-time fee ($149.00 USD) us-tax-id-number.com provides a safe and secure method for obtaining a new EIN number for your business, estate or trust quickly and easily, without the need to fill out complex and confusing government forms. Upon approval by the IRS, your Federal Tax ID (EIN) Number will be sent via email, for you to print and start using immediately for many of your business needs. You will also receive a copy of your EIN in the mail. We generally have your EIN number obtained within hours of submitting using our expedited processing and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed

Why Choose Us?

Save time preparing complicated tax forms and prevent errors by using our easy-to-navigate online EIN application assistant. Here are a few reasons why you should choose our value-added EIN filing service:

  • Our team of professionals works hard to quickly obtain your EIN number and securely deliver it to you. We can also help prevent errors commonly made during the EIN application process.
  • Need to update or change your information on record with the IRS? There are no official forms for requesting many of these changes, nor is there an online solution. We assist our clients in updating their information on record with the IRS for up to twelve (12) months.
  • Sometimes banks and other business services require a copy of your completed SS-4 form, but it can be difficult to fill out using the instructions provided by the IRS. We are ready to supply our clients with a completed copy of their SS-4 form upon request, containing their information as it was submitted.
  • Losing track of your EIN number can be frustrating and cause your business unnecessary delays. We are ready to provide our clients who have lost or misplaced their EIN with another copy at their request 24/7, and also provide them with helpful information on how to request a copy of their official EIN Verification Letter should it have been lost or never received.
  • Provide you with outstanding customer support 24/7 via email, and phone support during normal call-center hours, Mon-Fri 9AM-7PM.

These are just a few reasons why you should choose our value-added EIN filing service. We make the Tax ID (EIN) Number application process quick, easy, and accurate for individuals and businesses.

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Select the type of business entity

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

The Limited Liability Company, or LLC, normally has the same "pass through" income advantage that sole proprietorships and partnerships have, meaning that earnings are treated as personal income, and also has the advantage of limiting personal liability for the actions of the business. An LLC can have a single member or multiple members.

Sole Proprietor

Includes individuals who are in business for themselves and household employers. A sole proprietor is a one-person operation where you perform the duties of owner, manager, and employee. These structures are good because it's easy for you to make decisions, there aren't a lot of regulatory requirements involved in setting up this kind of business, and there's no "double taxation" like corportations. A sole proprietorship has unlimited personal liability for the actions of the business. All income from the business is looked at as your own income for tax purposes, just as if you were getting a paycheck from an employer, and normally the capital of the business is limited to what the you own.

Partnership

Partnerships are two or more people who join together to operate a business. There are two kinds including general partnerships (where the owners share equally in liability) and limited partnerships (where a "limited" partner's liability can be defined in various ways). Parterships are good because they are relatively simple to establish, and there's a lot of flexibility in terms of how you structure the agreement between the owners. Plus, it's easier to raise capital for the business, you can spread liability amongst the partners, and you can make decisions regarding who can be a partner. Partnerships have unlimited personal liability for the actions of the business, just like in the case of the sole proprietorship. This legal structure Includes partnerships and joint ventures.

Corporation

The corporation is a distinct legal entity made up of an association of people and is created by legal statute. One of the most significant advantages of a corporation is that its owners and employees are protected from personal liability vulnerability for actions of the business. The salary you draw as an owner or employee of the corporation is taxed, but so is the income earned by the corporation itself which is called "double taxation". Corporations include but are not limited to Real estate investment trusts (REIT), regulated investment conduits (RIC), and settlement funds.

A personal service corporation is a corporation that is created for the purpose of providing personal services to individuals or groups. They provide services in the fields of health, law, engineering, architecture, accounting, actuarial science, performing arts, or consulting.

S-Corporation

S-corporations are corporations that elect to pass corporate income, losses, deductions and credit through to their shareholders for federal tax purposes.

Please note, you must file form 2553 to elect s-corporation status after your EIN has been assigned.

Church Controlled Organization

A church-controlled organization is a branch of a church (men's/women's group, religious school, mission society, or youth group).

Estate

An estate is a legal entity created as a result of a person's death to manage the distribution of assets.

Trusts

A trust is an agreement between the owner of assets and the trustees of the trust that will manage the assets with the necessary care to the benefit of the trust beneficiaries. It is an effective and flexible way of making sure that assets remain in safekeeping and are managed objectively and controlled in the beneficiaries’ best interests by the appointed trustees. This includes all types of trusts including conservatorships, custodianships, guardianships, irrevocable trusts, revocable trusts, and receiverships.

Other Non-Profit

These groups generally need an EIN for banking purposes or to satisfy local law and are not engaged in an activity that is for profit. This includes social clubs, sports leagues/teams, and/or special interest groups.

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We generally have your EIN number obtained within hours of submitting using our expedited processing and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. You can use the IRS website or obtain a form SS-4 and try and complete it yourself for no charge; however, the IRS site can be hard to use, and preparing and filing a form SS-4 can take over an hour. For a one-time fee ($149.00 USD) our trusted, experienced company will:

  • Work with the IRS to obtain your EIN and deliver it to you quickly and securely
  • Help update or change your information on record with the IRS for 12 months
  • Prepare your form SS-4 document for you
  • Retrieve your EIN number and information quickly if it is lost or misplaced
  • Our user-friendly form simplifies the application process and helps avoid errors
  • Individual attention tailored to you by our experts
  • Immediate assistance saves you valuable time
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed

These are just a few reasons why you should choose our value-added EIN filing service. Our service makes the employment identification number (EIN) application process quick, easy, and accurate for both individuals and businesses. This website is not affiliated with or endorsed by the IRS, or any other governmental agency.