If you start a new business, you will want to obtain an employer identification number from the IRS, even if you don't have employees. An EIN protects your social security number when sending out forms, will allow you to open a bank account in the name of the business entity, and is a requirement if you have or intend to hire employees.
When applying for an EIN, you have the option to provide a third party designee who can submit the application and obtain the information for you. This prevents you from having to navigate the IRS website or research what the appropriate answers are to the application questions. Our service will obtain your EIN and provide it to you within 48 business hours.
Upon purchase, you will be a sent a form SS-4 to fill out and sign. This is what gives us permission to obtain the EIN on your behalf.
Please Note: The IRS does not require a third party designee to be an attorney and purchasing this service does not create any attorney-client relationship. The individual from our team assisting you may or may not be an attorney; however, under no circumstances will they provide legal counsel or advice in connection with obtaining your EIN.