Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the steps involved?
1. Complete Payment.
2. Click on "Return to yqaresearch".
3. Complete IRS' secure online application.
4. View your Tax ID instantly online.
How long will the process take?
Most customers receive their IRS Tax ID in less than 10 minutes. The entire process takes place on the internet with no faxing, phone calls, mailing, and most importantly, no waiting.
How many Tax ID's can I apply for?
You pay for only one Tax ID. You can apply for as many additional Tax ID's as you like for FREE. You can apply for your free Tax ID's now or at anytime in the future. You will receive a link on your email receipt that you can use anytime in the future for free Tax ID's.
Will I receive a receipt for my purchase?
Yes. An electronic receipt will be sent to any email address you provide.
How will my email address be used?
The email address you provide will be used to send the electronic receipt for your purchase only. The email address will not be saved or sold to any third party companies.
What is a Tax ID or EIN?
An Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number, is a nine-digit number that the IRS assigns to business entities. The IRS uses this number to identify taxpayers that are required to file various business tax returns. EINs are used by employers, sole proprietors, corporations, partnerships, non-profit organizations, trusts and estates, government agencies, certain individuals and other business entities.
About the application
This Internet EIN application opens another avenue for customers to apply for and obtain an employer identification number. Once you have completed all necessary fields on the online form, preliminary validation is performed and will alert you to information IRS needs that you may not have included. An EIN will be issued after the successful submission of the completed Form. You will then be able to view and print your Tax ID Number (EIN) online.
Online EIN is available 24/7
No registration is required to use this system
No paper needs to be sent to the IRS
About the EIN Issued
While the IRS calls this a provisional EIN, the I-EIN is the permanent Federal Employer Identification number for your business. This I-EIN may be voided if:
The name and SSN of the principal officer do not match SSA records
The business has already been assigned EIN
Keep A Record of Your Application
Be sure to print your SS-4 application after the EIN is assigned and keep a paper copy for your records. You can do this by clicking the "Print Form" button after receiving your EIN.