How do I file for an EIN in California?

Did you know that California boasts the sixth largest economy in the world, ranking behind China, Japan, U.S., Germany, and Great Britain? The contribution that small businesses make to California’s economy is larger than most people realize as it accounts for over 250,000 new jobs per year. The strong role that small businesses play in California make the state a very attractive place for people to start new small businesses.

If you are one of those people, you’ll need an EIN in California to be able to set up your business entity. Applying for an EIN in California is easier than ever with our online EIN application form. Here some of the reasons you need to apply for EIN’s for:

  • To start a new business
  • To hire employees, in-house or independent contractors
  • To open a bank account in the name of your new business or entity
  • To form an LLC, partnership, corporation, pension plan, or trust
  • To open a business line of credit
  • To legally change the ownership or structure of an organization
  • To represent an estate that operates an entity after the passing away of the owner

This 9 digit EIN number is required by the IRS for all entities to obtain in order to start a business. The IRS assigns this number through an application process. It’s important to note that an EIN number is the same thing as a TAX ID number, so filing for an EIN number will suffice the government requirement of an assigned IRS 9 digit number for your entity.

Here at GovDocFiling, we expedite and simplify the application process to file for your EIN number. We are also available 24/7 to help answer any questions you may have to ensure that you fill out your application correctly for the appropriate entity you are setting up.