Welcome to our EIN application service!

An Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as a federal tax ID, is a unique 9-digit number assigned to your business by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). This number is used to identify your business for tax purposes, and allows the IRS, banks, credit card companies, and other institutions to track your business finances separately from your personal finances. This can help protect your personal assets from business liabilities.

Are you in the process of setting up a new business? Whether you’re a sole proprietor, LLC, corporation, S-Corp, or non-profit organization, you will likely need an EIN to file taxes, hire employees, and open a business bank account. We make the process of obtaining an EIN easy and hassle-free for you.

Our EIN application service is designed to assist you in obtaining an EIN for your business quickly and efficiently. We handle all of the paperwork and file for your EIN with the IRS using the information you provide us during the sign-up process. Once your EIN is ready, we will notify you and provide help as needed to open your bank account.

Our team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and ensuring that your EIN application process is as smooth as possible. Our goal is to make sure that you have the necessary EIN in hand as soon as possible so that you can focus on running your business.

Don’t let the process of obtaining an EIN slow you down. Let us take care of the paperwork and get your EIN fast. Request an EIN today by visiting our website and starting the sign-up process. If you have any questions or need help, our customer service team is always here to assist you. Thank you for choosing our EIN application service!

Partner With Stripe

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) can be used to help with your Stripe account in several ways:

  1. Verification: Stripe uses EIN to verify the identity of the business. An EIN is required to create a Stripe account and will be used to confirm the business’s legal name and tax ID.

  2. Payment processing: An EIN can also be used to process payments through Stripe. Stripe uses EIN to ensure that the business is operating legally and that it has the proper tax identification. This helps protect Stripe and its users from fraud and other financial risks.

  3. Tax reporting: An EIN can also be used to report taxes to the IRS. Stripe uses EIN to report taxes on behalf of the business, ensuring that the business is in compliance with tax laws.

  4. Separating personal and business finances: An EIN allows Stripe to separate business and personal finances. This helps to protect the business owner’s personal assets from business liabilities.

  5. Legal requirement: EIN is necessary when you are hiring employees, Stripe requires EIN to pay taxes on behalf of the employees.

In summary, an EIN is a necessary requirement for creating a Stripe account and it helps Stripe to verify the identity of the business, process payments, report taxes, and separate personal and business finances. It’s also a legal requirement when you are hiring employees and need to pay taxes on behalf of them.

147c Letter

A 147c letter is a letter issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that confirms the validity of an Employer Identification Number (EIN) for a business. It is also known as a “Certificate of Accurate EIN”. The letter is used to confirm that the EIN has been assigned to the business in question and that the business is in good standing with the IRS.

A 147c letter is typically used for businesses that are applying for a loan, opening a bank account, or for businesses that are required to provide proof of their EIN for other legal or financial reasons.

The IRS can issue a 147c letter to businesses that have lost their original EIN assignment letter, or to businesses that have never received one. To request a 147c letter, a business must provide the IRS with their EIN and some personal identification information.

It’s important to note that a 147c letter is not the same as an EIN confirmation letter, which is generated when a business first applies for an EIN and confirms the EIN and other information provided on the application. The 147c letter is only issued when requested by the business and confirms the EIN but not any information provided on the application.

Other Benefits

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) offers several benefits beyond payment processing with Stripe. Some of the key benefits include:

  1. Tax compliance: An EIN is used to file taxes with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), making it easier for businesses to stay compliant with federal tax laws.

  2. Hiring employees: An EIN is required to hire employees and offer benefits. This allows businesses to track expenses separately and may qualify them for tax benefits or deductions.

  3. Opening a business bank account: An EIN is required by banks and credit unions to open a business bank account. This allows businesses to separate their personal and business finances, which can help protect the owner’s personal assets from business liabilities.

  4. Borrowing money: An EIN can be used to apply for business loans or credit. This can be beneficial for businesses looking to expand or invest in new equipment or inventory.

  5. Building credit: Having an EIN can help a business establish a credit history, which can be useful for getting approved for loans or credit in the future.

  6. Legal requirement: Some states requires EIN for filing state taxes and some of them also requires EIN to register a business.

  7. Protection of personal privacy: Using an EIN instead of a personal Social Security number can help protect the business owner’s personal information and reduce the risk of identity theft.

In summary, an EIN offers several benefits beyond payment processing with Stripe, including compliance with federal tax laws, the ability to hire employees, open a business bank account, borrow money, build credit, legal requirement and protection of personal privacy.

I want to start my EIN application.

At our company, we are dedicated to providing our clients with efficient and professional assistance in obtaining their Employer Identification Number (EIN). To initiate the process, please complete the form on our website and submit your payment.

It should be noted that the EIN application process typically takes 3-5 business days to complete, however, in some cases it may take up to 14 business days. Rest assured, your personal information will only be used for the purpose of verifying your identity and registering your EIN. We take privacy seriously and we do not store or retain any personal records.

Upon completion of the process and the establishment of your EIN in the database, we will promptly issue you with a 147c letter and send your EIN number and confirmation letter to you via email. We strive to make the EIN application process as seamless as possible, and we are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of service and support.