Apply for a Federal Tax ID in Colorado

Colorado has low start-up and registration costs for new businesses and very low income tax and unemployment rates. Cities in Colorado, including Denver, have consistently ranked among the best places in the country to do business. The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in Colorado and the talent pool is top-notch. The supportive communities, educational institutions, and infrastructure all lend themselves to launching a successful business in the midst of the scenic peaks of the Rocky Mountains.

Further, state officials have lauded Colorado’s small businesses as the very backbone of the state’s economy. The creative culture and welcoming communities make it no wonder that 97 percent of the state’s businesses are classified as small businesses.

Need specific information on filing for your state articles in Colorado? Learn more about starting an LLC in Colorado HERE,  staring an S-Corporation in Colorado HERE, and staring a Corporation in Colorado HERE.

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If you’re looking to start a business in Colorado, you’ll need to apply for a Federal Tax ID. GovDocFilling speeds and simplifies your EIN filing. Pick your entity type from our list, or use our online survey to help select your type. Fill out the online form, and receive your results via email, typically in an hour*. We handle all the filling with the IRS, provide 24/7 support by phone or email, and get you back to running your business faster, instead of wasting time figuring out forms. EINs help protect you as the sole proprietor of a business from identity theft, establish you as an independent bossiness person, and guards against personal asset seizure.

In three easy steps, you can get your Tax ID. Choose your entity, answer a few questions, and submit your information. Make your move to start your business with our easy application process today by clicking here.

Now that you know operating a business in Colorado requires a Federal Tax ID number, you need to know how to go about obtaining one. First, you need to know what you’re applying for because Federal Tax ID numbers go by several different names:

  • EIN – Employer Identification Number
  • Federal TIN – Federal Tax Identification  Number
  • Tax ID Number
  • Federal Tax ID Number

The most common names are EIN and Tax ID, so this is what you want to look for when you’re ready to start the application process.

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GovDocFiling allows you to apply for a Federal Tax ID in just three steps, making the process very easy.  The first step is to choose the type of business you’re operating from a drop-down list:

  • Sole Proprietor
  • Limited Liability Company
  • Partnership
  • Corporation
  • S-Corporation
  • Trust
  • Non-Profit Organization
  • Personal Service Corporation
  • Church Controlled Organization
  • Estate of a Deceased Individual

Once you’ve selected the appropriate entity, the second step is to answer some specific questions about the purpose of your business: the official name of the business, what products or services it provides, employee information and whether this particular entity has applied for a Tax ID in the past. As the head of the entity, you will also be asked to provide personal information such as your name, address, social security number and so forth. The third and final step is submitting this information.

With GovDocFiling, all you need to do is select your business type, answer a few business and personal questions, and submit your information. Let us deal with the IRS for you with our simplified online Tax ID application. You’ll receive your Federal Tax ID Number within an hour* of submitting your information.  Begin the process of obtaining your EIN here, and remember that our 24/7 support team is standing by to help with any questions you may have about the filing process.

*Most EINs are processed same or next business day, unless bundled with state formations, processing times will vary.

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