15 Minute EIN
“How To Get A Free EIN From
The IRS In 15 Minutes Or Less”
        EIN 27-789456
Introduction

let’s face it there many ways to obtain an EIN number you can use an attorney, paid ser-
vices or you can ge...
Do I Need An EIN?
You need an EIN if you:
•     Started a new business
•     Hired or will hire employees, including house...
Additional Ways
Before the IRS updated their website in 2007 you could apply for an EIN by any of the
following three ways...
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Need an EIN number for your business?
Don’t waste your money; before you consider paying for a third party service (most run over $100) and running the risk of releasing your personal information to some unknown website probably oversees. Let me show you a better way. And don’t waste your valuable time searching all over the internet by yourself to figure out the best way to apply for an EIN number. The homework and research has already been done for you. All you have to do is go to IrsEin.org and watch a free step by step video and learn how to get your own IRS number for your business within the next 15 minutes.

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Employer Id Number (EIN) - How To Guide

  1. 1. 15 Minute EIN “How To Get A Free EIN From The IRS In 15 Minutes Or Less” EIN 27-789456
  2. 2. Introduction let’s face it there many ways to obtain an EIN number you can use an attorney, paid ser- vices or you can get it directly from the IRS yourself. The option you choose to go with should be based on three primary factors: 1. How fast do you need your EIN number 2. How much are you willing to pay someone to get the EIN number for you 3. If you do it yourself can you do it correctly and not submit the wrong information to the IRS thus causing more problems than the paid solution cost in the first place. This guide can be used as a quick reference to point you in the right direction if you’re interested in option three “do-it-yourself correctly” the first time. It will quickly explain the basic information you need to know about EINs and how they work. Then it will refer you to the proper resource that will show you for free step-by-step the absolute fastest way to obtain an EIN number yourself from the IRS directly. What Is A EIN Number? The (EIN) or employer identification number is a nine digit number (for example, xx- xxxxxxx) issued to sole proprietors, corporations, partnerships, estates, trusts and other types of entities for filing taxes and for the purpose of reporting tax information to the IRS. The EIN number provided by the IRS and is used to create your business tax ac- count. An EIN number is similar to your Social Security Number (SSN) that you use for individu- al tax purposes. The EIN number is like a Social Security number but for businesses. Other Common Names The EIN number is also commonly known by the following names: Tax Identification Number (TIN), Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN), Federal Tax ID Number, Business ID Number, SS-4 Number or Tax ID Number How To Get A Free EIN From IRS In 15 Minutes or Less 15 Minute EIN IRSEIN.org
  3. 3. Do I Need An EIN? You need an EIN if you: • Started a new business • Hired or will hire employees, including household employees • Opened a bank account that requires an EIN for banking purposes • Changed the legal character or ownership of your organization (for example, you incorporate a sole proprietorship or form a partnership) • Purchased a going business • Created a trust • Created a pension plan as a plan administrator • Are a foreign person and need an EIN to comply with IRS withholding regulations • Are a withholding agent for taxes on non-wage income paid to an alien (such as an individual, a corporation, or a partnership) • Are a state or local agency • Are a federal government unit or agency • Formed a corporation • Formed a partnership • Administer an estate formed as a result of a person’s death • Represent an estate that operates a business after the owner’s death. How To Apply For An EIN? The Online EIN application process is by far the fastest and highest recommended method for applying and receiving an EIN number. The application process is initiated at the IRS website and a online session is created. After you complete the electronic form correctly you will be issued your EIN number immediately. Online Application Availability Times Monday - Friday: 6:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Eastern time Saturday: 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern time Sunday: 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Eastern time How To Get A Free EIN From IRS In 15 Minutes or Less 15 Minute EIN IRSEIN.org
  4. 4. Additional Ways Before the IRS updated their website in 2007 you could apply for an EIN by any of the following three ways: (these options are still available today and you can refer to IRS website for more information) 1. Telephone: speak to a live of IRS agent and receive an EIN immediately. The only negative with this option is the hold times to be 30 minutes to an hour when call vol- umes are high and then there’s always the intimidation factor of speaking live to any- one at the IRS. 2. Fax: after obtaining a form SS-4 that contains all the required information for physically applying for and EIN you can fax the completed form to the IRS and a return fax will be sent to the fax number you provide in the form with your new EIN within one week or four (4) business days. 3. Mail: the average processing time for an EIN application sent by mail is four weeks. Costly Mistakes And Errors To Avoid 1. Not having the required information on hand to be able to fill out the online ap- plication correctly 2. Discovering a mistake made after the application has been submitted which will void your application and EIN number requiring you to mail in the changes setting your processing time back 4-6 weeks (DON’T DO THIS) 3. Allowing your session time to expire because you do not have the correct infor- mation on hand requiring you to start the process over again For more formation on how to correctly start and complete the online application pro- cess download your free copy of the: How To Get A Free EIN From IRS In 15 Minutes or Less This fully illustrated guide contains screenshots that will show you step by step how to fill out the IRS online application quickly and easily and most importantly error-free the first time. So are you ready to get started? You’re only 15 minutes away from having an EIN num- ber for your business. 15 Minute EIN IRSEIN.org

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