EIN Processing & Filing Service

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Reliable EIN Filing Service In The Business!

Spend more time building your business
and let our business filing experts do the work for you.

Here’s How It Works:
Choose your entity type and complete our simplified application
Application review and error resolution before submitting to the IRS
Receive Federal Tax ID / EIN and start running your busines

Why Choose Us:
1. Swift and Accurate Filing

Our expert team will handle all regulations and red tape, ensuring a painless process with accurate completion and no sensitive mistakes, all while delivering your tax ID swiftly and with same-day delivery.

2. Competitive Pricing and Fast Turnaround

We offer the most competitive pricing in the industry, combined with the fastest turnaround time, ensuring a seamless and efficient experience.

3. Secure and Safe

Your information is protected with us, as we prioritize data security and safety, guaranteeing the confidentiality of your sensitive information throughout the entire process.

What is an Employer Identification Number (EIN)?

Also known as a “Tax ID number,” the EIN is a business federal tax ID that works like a Social Security Number for your business. Your EIN helps you file tax returns for your business, is typically required to open a business bank account under the name of your business, helps you properly pay and account for wages and payroll for your company’s employees, and otherwise helps establish credit for your business and maintain your business’s official standing as a legal business entity.

How To Get A Tax ID Number

An EIN (Employer Identification Number) is a nine-digit number issued by the IRS used to identify businesses and certain other entities. An EIN number (also called a Federal Tax ID) is commonly used for taxing and banking purposes and to register your business with the federal government.

Not Sure Which Entity to Select?

A Limited Liability Company is formed by filing articles of organization with the individual state’s Secretary of State. Owners of an LLC are called members. Members may include individuals, corporations, other LLCs, and foreign entities. An LLC can be formed by one or more members, and there is no maximum number of members.

LLCs are generally the preferred entity structure for certain professionals and landlord as it is a corporate structure where the members (owners) cannot be held personally liable for the company’s liabilities. LLCs have flexibility as the owners can file as a partnership, S Corporation or even sole proprietor since the LLC is really a legal and not tax designation.

A Sole Proprietor is one individual who owns a company that is not incorporated or registered with the state as a limited liability company (LLC) or Corporation. This includes everyone who is a freelancer, independent contractor and many business owners who don’t have partners. Household employers are also included in this category.

An Estate is a legal entity created as a result of a person’s death. The Estate consists of the personal property and/or real estate of the deceased person. The Estate is responsible for paying any debts owed by the decedent, and distributing the balance of the estate’s assets to the beneficiaries.

A Trust is a legal entity created under state law and is a fiduciary relationship in which one party, known as a Trustor, gives another party, known at the Trustee, the right to legal ownership of assets (including property) for the benefit of another.

The most common types of Trusts are Irrevocable and Revocable Trusts:

  • Irrevocable Trust – The Trustor has no control of the trust (the trust cannot be repealed or annulled) and the trust will pay tax.
  • Revocable Trust – A revocable trust is a trust that may be altered or terminated during the Trustor’s lifetime. Since the trust may be altered at any time until the Trustor’s death, it is considered part of the Trustor’s estate and is subject to taxation.

Non-profit organizations include Corporations, Trusts, LLCs, and Unincorporated Associations that qualify for tax-exempt status under IRS Code IRC 501(a). An example of Non-Profit Organizations includes: private foundations, educational organizations, public charities, veteran’s organizations, business leagues, homeowners/condo associations, PTA/PTO or School Organizations and more.

Sole Proprietors, Partnerships and for-profit organizations cannot be considered for tax-exempt status.

A Corporation is a legal entity established by filing Articles of Incorporation with the State, which grants it legal powers, rights, privileges and liabilities. A Corporation can be established by a person or group of people with a charter from the Secretary of State. After a Corporation is created, it becomes its own entity and generally has an indefinite lifespan.

A Partnership is an unincorporated organization with two or more members. The members of a Partnership carry on a trade or business venture and divide its profits. Partners can be individuals, corporations, trusts, estates, and other partnerships. Each partner contributes money, property, labor or skill, and expects to share in the profits and losses of the business. The tax liability of the Partnership passes through to its partners.

An S-Corporation is a type of corporation which has been established by filing Articles of Incorporation with the state’s Secretary of State. It is an eligible domestic corporation that wants to avoid double taxation (once to the shareholders and again to the corporation). The income of an S Corporation is taxed to the shareholders of the corporation rather than to the corporation itself. S Corporations are generally favored by certain professions such as doctors, dentists and certain types of consultants.

A Personal Service Corporation is a person, or group of people who establish a legal entity by filing Articles of Incorporation with the state’s Secretary of State. Typically, a Personal Service Corporation is an organization in which the activity involves the performance of services in the field of health, law, engineering, architecture, accounting, actuarial science, performing arts, or consulting. In a Personal Service Corporation, substantially all of the stock is owned by the employees who perform the services. A Personal Service Corporation sells its ideas or expertise rather than tangible goods.

Frequently Asked Questions

An EIN (Employer Identification Number) is a nine-digit number issued by the IRS used to identify businesses and certain other entities. An EIN number (also called a Federal Tax ID) is commonly used for taxing and banking purposes and to register your business with the federal government.

  • 1. To hire employees
  • 2. Open a business bank account
  • 3. File taxes

Express delivery will be completed same day if placed during business hours. Orders placed outside of business hours will be fulfilled next business day.

Business Hours:
Monday through Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM PST

The fee for our service is $ and includes a simplified EIN application and comprehensive application review by our team of experts before submitting to the IRS. We work directly with the IRS on your behalf to address any follow-up questions to ensure your EIN order is completed. 

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    Swift Launch, LLC is an application assistance and filing service that acts as an Authorized e-File Provider and a Third Party Designee to assist clients in obtaining Employer Identification Numbers (EIN) from the IRS. We are a business-to-business (B2B) application assistance and filing service. We are not affiliated with the Internal Revenue Service or any other federal or state organizations. We do not provide legal, financial or other professional advice. We are not a law or an accountancy firm nor are we affiliated with either. Users of this site may also visit  if they wish to complete an EIN number application free of charge on their own, however they are not eligible for assistance or a simplified application process from us.