After filing for your LLC with Nearside, we will file for your EIN number and send it to you along with your LLC articles of organization. Processing time varies by state, so just ask us for the typical wait time for your location.
When you use Nearside, we will send your letter from the IRS containing your EIN number as soon as we receive it.
An LLC is a business entity, while an EIN serves to identify your business for tax purposes. You can think of it like a social security number for your business. A single-member LLC only needs an EIN number if it has one or more employees, whereas all multi-member LLCs need an EIN.
An EIN number is used to file your business taxes with the IRS. Other uses for your EIN number include:
If the organizational structure or ownership of your business changes, you may need to obtain a new EIN number. Here are some of the circumstances under which your business would require a new EIN: