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Get your EIN within 1 business day! Stop Waiting and Start your Business

Getting an EIN can be trickier than you think. Let us take care of the hassle for you. For a small fee, you can get an EIN within one business day. Our tax experts know what the IRS is looking for. If you’ve had a problem filing in the past, let us make sure it goes through this time.Start by clicking the entity that matches your type of business below.

An EIN is an Employer Identification Number. If you want to run a business, you need one. It identifies your business to local, state, and federal officials for tax purposes. It also identifies a person or an existing corporation as the responsible party for the business. To apply for one, you will need to have a Social Security number, Taxpayer Identification Number, or another EIN to record who is responsible for the new business.

An EIN is nine digits like a Social Security number, but it is in the format XX-XXXXXXX. Nearly every interaction you’ll have with the government or with a wholesaler as your business will require an EIN. You also need one to pay employees. In short, you can’t do business without one!

We make obtaining an EIN fast and simple. No waiting for the IRS to open, no complicated forms, and no worry that you filled out your form wrong. If the IRS rejects your application, we can tell you what went wrong and how to fix it. We can help you get an EIN for any type of business structure. Take a look at the full list below.


Select Your Entity Type

Individual / Sole Proprietor

A single owner of an unincorporated business. May or may not have employees.

Limited Liability Company

A simplified form of corporation used to limit business liabilities in small businesses.

Estate of Deceased Individual

Used after someone dies when an estate needs to make payments to someone. The IRS may need to make a final tax payment.


An EIN for a trust is used to pay taxes on it or to pay the individuals responsible for caring for the trust.


A Corporation needs an EIN so it can pay taxes as it’s own entity and to pay employees. An absolute necessity for incorporation.


A special type of corporation that helps the board of the company avoid double-taxation issues. Like a normal corporation, an EIN is necessary to pay taxes and employees.

Non-Profit Organization

Non-profits need EINs to pay employees and to send records to the IRS to prove their activities fall under the non-profit rules.


Much like a sole proprietorship, though multiple people are involved.

Personal Service Corporation

Used for certain service professions with a high amount of risk (medicine, law, etc.) where the owner is also providing direct services to clients.

Church Organization

Used by churches and organizations under their auspices to cover tax-related issues.

Why Choose Us?

Quite simply, we make getting an EIN as painless as possible at a reasonable rate. When you use us, you can expect:

  • An easy-to-understand form for your EIN application with just the information the IRS needs. No complications!

  • A hard copy of your proof of EIN as well as an email confirmation.

  • Follow-up support if your EIN application is rejected for any reason.

  • Strong security for your personal and financial information. Check out our privacy policy for more information.


Some of the Benefits


We can get you an EIN in one business day in most cases.


We will do our best to make sure your information is complete before applying.


Our one-page form is all you need to get an EIN.


You’ll receive a full report with your EIN after it goes through, or a full reason why it didn’t.


We can help you select the right options and clear up any EIN confusion you have.

Peace of Mind

Know that you can start using your EIN immediately with confidence to start your business.

Start Your Application

We are here to help you with application. Click on the apply now button to get started creating your entity. If you have any questions please call or email for a quick response.