Secure your EIN to hire employees, set up a business bank account, and file taxes
An EIN is the 9-digit Employer ID number, also called a Tax ID Number, that is required by the IRS to file business taxes, hire employees, and set up a business bank account. It also protects your personal assets from the liabilities of your business.
Essential for filing taxes, hiring help and opening a business bank account
Separate your finances
An EIN lets the IRS, banks, and credit cards track your business and personal finances separately, so your personal assets are safe from business liabilities.
Open a bank account
An EIN is required by banks and credit unions to open a bank account. Once an EIN is secured, you can open an account with the bank of your choice.
Hire help anytime
An EIN is required by IRS for you to hire employees or offer benefits. You can track expenses separately and may receive tax benefits or deductions.
We make obtaining Employer Identification Numbers easy and hassle-free. We will handle all of the paperwork to file for an EIN on your behalf using the business info you provided to file your LLC.
Request an EIN when you register a business or set it up for an existing business from your dashboard.
Our team files for your EIN with the IRS using the information you provide us during the sign up process.
We will notify you when your EIN is ready and then provide help as needed to open your bank account.
An EIN (Employer Identification Number) or federal tax ID is a unique 9-digit number assigned to a business by the IRS. An EIN allows the IRS, banks, credit card companies, and other institutions to track your business and personal finances separately. You need an EIN to file business taxes, hire employees, and open a business bank account.
Typically all new business entities will need an EIN (Employer ID Number) or sometimes called Tax ID Number. This includes Sole Proprietor, Limited Liabilities Company (LLC), Corporation, S-Corp, and Non-Profit Organization. An EIN is required to hire employees and to open a bank account.
An EIN helps establish that you and your business are separate entities, which helps preserve limited liability should your company ever be sued.
An EIN prevents you from having to give your Social Security number to suppliers or lenders, which significantly reduces the risk of identity theft.