Start Your Application By Selecting An Entity Type:

IRS entity definitions for tax ID/EIN
• Hover over any of the entity types above and the definitions of each one will display here.
Reasons to Apply for an EIN/TAX ID FROM IRS

You will need an EIN/ Tax ID Number from IRS if you:
• Started a new business
• Hired or will hire employees, including household employees
• Opened a bank account that requires an EIN/Tax ID from IRS for banking purposes
• Need to open a business bank account or want to start a business line of credit
• Changed the legal character or ownership of your organization (for example, you incorporate a sole proprietorship or form a partnership)
• Formed or created a trust, pension plan, corporation, partnership, LLC
• Represent an estate that operates a business after the owner's death.

Online application of EIN/TAX ID from IRS is available anytime 24/7/365

Govt Assist’s business-to-business service will file your application for an EIN/Tax ID number (SS-4 Form) with the IRS to obtain a business EIN/Tax ID Number and deliver it to your email quickly and securely.
• We are an Authorized IRS e-file Provider.
• Our IRS EIN/Tax ID form is simplified for your ease of use, accuracy, and understanding, saving you time
• We guarantee applications are filed and IRS EINs/Tax IDs are delivered to you same day, and usually within hours. If submitted past 9pm EST, the EIN/Tax ID will be delivered to you on the next business day. We do not charge additional for rush delivery, while some services charge $300 or more
• Tax Savings Analysis. Complimentary consultation detailing important filing deadlines and compliance requirements, as well as deductions and tax strategies that will save SMB's thousands annually

Select your desired entity and fill out your information on our simplified forms to obtain a Federal Tax ID Number / EIN from the IRS in just 3 simple steps. Govt Assist is an Authorized IRS e-file Provider. Govt Assist provides an expedited filing service and file business EIN/Tax ID applications with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). You will receive your EIN via e-mail that same day, usually within an hour, if submitted during business hours.