Employer ID Number

EIN stands for employer identification number and is also known as FEID (Federal Employer Identification Number). This identifier is a nine-digit number used by the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) to identify businesses operating in the United States. Many new company owners are unsure if obtaining an employer identification number is required for their business. See below and let us you decide if one is needed.

If ANY of the following applies to your company, a FEIN is required:
The company has employees.
The company operates as a partnership, corporation or non-profit organization.
Pay is withheld for a non-resident alien for anything other than wages.
The company has a Keogh plan (tax deferred pension plan for retirement purposes).

FEIN cannot be re-assigned to any other business once issued. If a business ceases operation, the number may be retired only.

Our company offers a secure and safe method to obtain an EIN. You can apply for this number through our website. This will be processed and a number issued to you the same day you place your order. The cost of this service for $75.00. Complete the below application or contact us today to get your number.

Business Type*
Principal Owner's Full Name & Title*
Additional Members/Partners & Titles: (if none, type N/A)*
Need for EIN*
Point of Contact Full Name & Title*
Business Physical Address*
Legal Business Name*
DBA: (if any)*
Business Category*
Phone Number*
Fax Number *
How to Receive EIN*