If you are an employer, you need both a federal EIN and a State Empoyer ID ( State EIN ).
WHAT IS A FEDERAL EIN
As opposed to a state EIN, which the EIN corresponds in part to it, the Federal EIN has several functions - the state EIN only has one function: the function for reporting employement withholding taxes to the state.
The EIN, however, is a business income tax identification number, a business ID, an employer ID, independent and sole owner businesses ID, and a corporation ID as well as a nonprofit and other organization's ID. An EIN is not the same as the state employer ID number?
An EIN is a Federal ID that serves many purposes, which among them, a purpose as an employer ID but it is also a business tax ID and a corporation ID. On the other hand, a State EIN is used solely for employement tax reporting.
WHO NEEDS TO OBTAIN AN EIN
In general, all businesses except indepentent contractors that receive less than $600 in an entire year from a single client. Apply online here.
WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO OBTAIN THE EIN
Step 1—Do You Need an EIN
If your business employs workers, withholds taxes on the wages and salaries, the federal government requires you to obtain an EIN number.
You are also required to obtain one if you are an indepedent contractore receiving more than $600 per year from any one client as well as if you are an LLC, Corporation or partnership or non profit organization.
Step 2—Apply for a EIN
You can apply for your EIN by fax, phone or mail; however, you can also submit you State EIN application online on our site. When you do, you can receive your EIN on the same day unless it is a weekend.
Step 3—Answer a few questions
The first question requires you to select the type of business structure such as a sole proprietorship, corporation, LLC, or partnership.
You will need to answer that you are an employer and the form also requests your name and Social Security number before you can finish your application.
Submit a form with your business information.
Select the permits you need.
Submit the form and pay for the services.
We will obtain the permit and mail and or email them to you.
All business permit also called a license, business tax registration or home occupation permit.
All wholesalers, retailers and wholesale buyers need a seller's permit.
An LLC is an legal entity structure. It will protect both your personal and business assets.
Users of a trade name, must register the name with a Doing Business As, (DBA) certificate.
First, if you using a trade name, you need to register, it. Then, your businesses must obtain a business license, and an EIN. When registering the name, you also choose the business structure because.
Anyway, you need to select legal structure as a sole propr., partnership, or LLC, Corp. Legal structure selection requires a certificate filing. For example, an LLC requires an LLC articles of organization certificate.
DBA obtainment is $39 plus state fee, Seller's Permit $39, and LLC/Corp. is $49 plus state filing fees.Most filings are done on the same day or about 1-3 days. To see LLC and Corp. click here.
You can take a short quiz and it will tell you what you need to register your business. Click on the "Quiz" link at the top of the page.
Where and How to obtain the permits
You can obtain all the permits here. As a business, you will need at least a business permit, an EIN permit, a seller's permit if you are buying / selling wholesale or selling retail, a state EIN if you are hiring and an LLC, DBA, or Corporation if you want to become a corporate entity or simply register your assumed trade firm name.
How Do I obtain a business permit for my small business?
You need to know the requirements first. For example, there are permits on the federal, state, county and city levels. For instance, hygiene related businesses must go thru the county while others thru the state only or the city. Still others, they may have to have federal permitting. Finally, keep in mind that home and online businesses need permits.
Learn more about the different permits
When starting a business and getting permits, you need to know how to fill out the business permit application. For example, some businesses must select the type of structure when filling out the permit application. Being a home business may require you to get a home occupation permit and or a business permit.
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