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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Applying for an EIN (and How to Get Yours)
Posted on March 2, 2017
Are you frustrated and confused by the complicated government forms required to apply for an EIN? 

Are you afraid to deal with the IRS on your own? 

Have you been searching countless hours online for a solution?
Maybe you're feeling hopeless...
At this point, you’ve probably been searching online for a solution to get your Employer Identification Number (EIN).

You may be wasting a lot of time finding the right IRS form, and you may be unsure if you are correctly filling out the form. 

Or even worse... your application may be rejected altogether for incorrectly filling out the form.
Now imagine getting your EIN Number quickly
Imagine how much time you would be able to save filling out complicated government forms by simplifying the process and getting your EIN without any hassle.

Imagine if you could start conducting business and open up bank account (Personal or Business Bank Account). 

Imagine having access to the U.S. marketplace so you can grow and succeed in your business. 

Imagine finally being able to start your business, earn more money, and secure financial security.

Here are 5 things you didn’t know about applying for an EIN (and how you can apply for your EIN today)…

Fact #1: You Will Need an EIN to Open a U.S. Bank Account
If you are looking to open a bank account in United States, you will need an EIN.

All U.S. banks require you to have an EIN to open up a bank account.
Fact #2: Your EIN Application Will Need to Designate a "Responsible Party"
All EIN applications must disclose the name of the Responsible Party, a person who has control over the funds or assets in the business entity.

This individual or entity, which the IRS calls the “responsible party,” controls, manages, or directs the applicant entity and the disposition of its funds and assets. 

If there is more than one responsible party, the entity may list whichever party the entity wants the IRS to recognize as the responsible party. 
Fact #3: You Cannot Cancel an EIN
Once the EIN is assigned, it belongs to the registered business. Even if the EIN is never used to file a federal tax return, it may not be reassigned to another business. 

EIN will never be canceled, either, but the IRS will close the account upon request. Later, the responsible party may re-open the account by writing to the IRS.
Fact #4: You Can Get an EIN on the Same Day If You Have an SSN or 10 Days If You Do Not Have an SSN
If you have a U.S. Social Security Number (SSN), you can apply and get your EIN on the same day. 

However, if you are a non-U.S. citizen and you do not have a Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN), it typically takes 10 business days for the IRS to respond back with your EIN. 

This is the fastest the IRS takes to process EIN applications for non-U.S. applicants without a Social Security Number (SSN).
Fact #5: It’s Completely Possible to Apply For Your EIN Right Now
EIN Express is the Fastest Online EIN Service

We provide a simple solution to help our clients receive their EIN (Tax ID) from the IRS even without a Social Security Number.

With over 687 satisfied clients and hundreds of client reviews, no wonder clients repeatedly choose us to apply for their EIN.

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