To Start Your Application: Select Your Entity Type
The filing process for an a new EIN or Tax ID Number can be confusing for non professionals. We work directly with the IRS, on your behalf, as your Third Party Designee. If there are any issues that arise from the information you have provided, we will work on correcting the information and making sure your filing is done in a quick and and correct manner.
What is a EIN?
An EIN, also known as an Employer Identification Number or Tax ID Number, is used to identify a business entity, trust, estate, and various other entity types. All businesses in general need a EIN, according to the IRS. A EIN is usually required for licensing and permitting as well as opening a business bank account.
What's the process?
Step 1: Select your entity type and fill out our questionnaire.
Step 2: Our agents will check for errors or omissions and process your request with the IRS.
Step 3: Our agents will email your EIN as well as your official IRS document. You may also download your document from our website once it's been processed.
Our agents have many years of experience and are well-trained in IRS communication and filing your EIN application. We review your application and advise you of any documentation needed prior to filing.
Simplified Forms & Accurate Filing
Leave the IRS procedures and guidlines to us! We make this a simple process for you, our customer, by eliminating common mistakes known to halt the process. We assure your EIN will be obtained promptly and accurately.
All information is submitted behind a tight security layer within a PCI compliant data center. We want you to feel confident that your private information is safe and secure.
Entity Type Definitions
- Individual / Sole Proprietor
A sole proprietorship is an unincorporated business that is owned by one person. It is the least difficult type of business to start and maintain. The business has no presence separated from you, the proprietor.
- Limited Liability Company
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is an entity formed under state or remote law by filing articles of organization as an LLC. In contrast to a partnership, none of the members of an LLC are personally liable for its debts.
- Estate of a Deceased Individual
An estate is a legal entity created as the result of a person's death. The decedent's estate is a separate legal entity for federal tax purposes.
A trust is an arrangement through which trustees take title to property for the purpose of protecting or conserving it for the beneficiaries under the ordinary rules applied in chancery or probate courts.
- Non-Profit Organization
A Non-Profit is any legal entity which has been setup for purposes other than making profits for its owners or shareholders.
A corporation is defined as a legal entity or structure created under the authority of the laws of a state consisting of a person, or group of persons, who become shareholders. The entity's existence is considered separate and distinct from that of its members.
Similar to a normal corporation with exception it's special tax status granted by the IRS that lets corporations pass their corporate income, credits and deductions through to their shareholders.
- Personal Service Corporation
A personal service corporation is a corporation that is created to provide personal services to individuals or groups.
- Church Organization
Churches and religious organizations, like many other charitable organizations, qualify for exemption from federal income tax under IRC Section 501(c)(3) and are generally eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.
A partnership is the relationship existing between two or more persons who join together to carry on a trade or business. Each partner contributes money, property, labor or skill, and expects to share in the profits and losses of the business.