How to Apply for a Tax ID in Virginia

Virginia is for lovers of business. The state consistently ranks among the top 10 states for doing business thanks to business incentives, a low corporate income tax that has not increased since 1972, and competitive operating costs including the lowest unemployment insurance tax rate in the nation. From small businesses to large corporations, Virginia is a great place to do business.

When you are ready to apply for a Virginia EIN, or a Maryland Tax ID number, GovDocFiling is here to make the process as easy as possible. Whether you need a Virginia Tax ID number because you are hiring employees, opening a trust, or starting a new business, our online application lets you apply quickly and get back to the task of running your business.

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

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Apply for an EIN Quickly and Easily

We know that being a business owner doesn’t guarantee that you know all of…rmation/oklahoma/c-corpe complicated business jargon used by the IRS or how to get a Virginia Tax ID number, so our simplified application streamlines the process and helps you avoid errors. We include definitions for business types, a survey to help you determine which application to complete, and have a 24/7 support team available by phone or email to answer your questions. Plus, because we submit the form for you, you don’t need to deal with the IRS.

Your Existing Tax ID Might Need an Update

Even if your Virginia company is already doing business, GovDocFiling may still be able to help. If there have been certain kinds of changes to your business, you might be legally required to get a new employer identification number, or EIN. For example, if you have incorporated a business that you began as a sole proprietorship, you will need to get a new federal tax ID number. If your corporation receives a new charter from the Secretary of State, you will need a new EIN. And if the partnership that existed when you began your business ends and new partnership is formed, you’ll need a new ID.

But you may make other changes to your business that won’t require getting a new tax ID number. Actions such as changing the name of your business or moving the location of it won’t require a new EIN. Just make sure you update your paperwork with the proper state and federal agencies.

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The Right Time to Get Your Tax ID

GovDocFiling is here to help you get your business ready to go. We will make sure all your “i”s are dotted and your “t”s are crossed. You can help the process go as quickly and smoothly as possible by making sure your business is properly registered. This is often as easy as registering your business name with the appropriate local and state agencies. Even when registering your business isn’t legally required, as is the case for a sole proprietorship, you may opt to do so anyway so that you may take advantage of the tax and legal benefits of being registered, as well as the personal liability protection you gain from registration.

We know that you want to get your EIN quickly so that you can get your business up and running. That’s why we process most applications within an hour* and email directly to you at no additional cost. We want you to spend time on building your business, not on deciphering complicated IRS forms. Use our simple online application to save yourself time and stress, and get your Virginia Tax ID number fast. It’s also easy to get a Kentucky Tax ID number, so get started today.

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

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