If you are a business owner, you should be familiar with tax ID numbers and the like. However, some business owners are not, and if you are wondering what a FEIN is and how to apply or when you might need one, you have come to the right place. FEIN stands for Federal Employee Identification Number. This number, or FEIN, is a number that represents you to the IRS through the federal taxes, to identify your business for many purposes, mostly tax related. However, what you might not know is that you will also need a Trust Tax ID number when you place a property or estate in a trust.
Your FEIN number will consist of nine digits in its entirety. If you find yourself in the position of inheriting or being named a beneficiary of an estate and are unsure of your Trust TIN number status, you can use an easy lookup to identify if you already have a number. If you do not, the application process is fairly simple and can be completed quickly online at our website. Fill out the form titled SS-4, and submit it via our online access page.
Although you can complete this process on your own, many people find it confusing and it can take some time to navigate when you aren’t sure what you are doing. At IRS-EIN-Tax-ID, we are here to help. The fee for our service includes customer service and guidance in filling out the form, and from then on we will take it from there. You don’t have bother with learning the process for application when you leave all the hard work to us. So when you find yourself needing a FEIN number, contact us right away to get started.