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Sole Proprietor / Individual Tax ID/EIN

If you' re self-employed or an independent contractor and plan on running a business that's not incorporated with the state a sole proprietorship is the simplest and most common business structure in use today.



Limited Liability Company Tax ID/EIN

Now that you've formed your LLC with the state the next step to doing business is obtaining an EIN. Once your EIN is issued an by the IRS for your LLC you can open a new business bank account and be on your way to conducting business in no time.


Estate of Deceased Individual Tax ID/EIN

If you're representing an Estate as the Executor, Administrator or Personal Representative you'll need an EIN to do a few things including opening a bank account for the Estate and distributing real and personal property, cash or other assets.

Non Profit Organization Tax ID/EIN

Are you planning on starting a Non Profit Organization that uses surplus revenues to achieve the organization's goals instead of distributing them as profit or dividends? If so, you'll need an EIN for your Non Profit Oraganization.



Church Controlled Organization Tax ID/EIN

A Church Controlled Organization is considered a branch or division of a church and can include a worship group, a mission society, a youth group, or a religious school. A church Controlled Organization isn't exempt from needing an EIN.


S-Corporation Tax ID/EIN

An S-Corporation is also called an S Corp and it's a special type of corporation created through an IRS tax election. S-Corps can avoid double taxation once to the corporation and again to the Shareholders. You'll need and EIN for an S-Corporation



Corporation Tax ID/EIN

A Corporation is also called a C Corp and it's an independent legal entity owned by shareholders. This means the Corporation itself, not the sharehloders that own it, is liable for the actions/debts it incurs. EINs are required for Corporations.


Partnership Tax ID/EIN

Are you starting a business where two or more people will share ownership and contribute to all aspects of the business including money, property, labor and skill? In a Partnership each partner shares in profits/losses and an EIN is required.


Trust Tax ID/EIN

Trusts can be arranged in many different ways and can specify exactly how and when assests pass on to beneficiaries. There are several different types of trusts depending on your needs. Regardless of what type of trusts you form, you'll need an EIN.


Why Use EIN to Apply for a Federal Tax ID?

Don’t waste your time filling out paperwork and dealing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to receive your Federal Tax ID when EIN can take care of it for you. No matter what type of business you’re conducting or organization you are representing, we will work with you as a third party designee to complete and submit your Federal Tax ID information to the IRS.

Our team of tax and EIN experts understand the importance of submitting paperwork to the IRS without mistakes to avoid any delays with your submission and are trained to ensure this doesn’t happen to you. If any issues arise during the submission process, we will work directly with the IRS on your behalf to correct any problems saving your hours on the phone with an agent.

Once issued, your Federal Tax ID will be electronically sent directly to you through our secure proprietary system where you can view the status of your paperwork. If at any time you have questions or concerns about your application, our team will be available to speak with you anytime during office hours.

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Our mistake-proof Federal Tax ID filing system makes submitting an application fast and easy saving you precious time and energy. Trust the experts EIN to work with the IRS to complete, troubleshoot and submit your application on your behalf.

Exceptional Customer Service

The team of professional tax and EIN experts at EIN know everything there is to know about submitting a Federal Tax ID application including common errors that may delay the whole process. If you ever have any questions or concerns about your application, our team will be available to speak with you anytime during office hours.

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