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Can my federal tax id (EIN) be used as a sellers permit

Can my federal tax id (EIN) be used as a sellers permit


Can my federal tax id (EIN) be used as a sellers  permit? 

No, a federal ID is nothing more than a federal tax ID.  In some states you need it before getting a seller's permit but it is NOT a seller's permit nor an LLC or anything else like a business license or any other filing. 

On the other  hand, all businesses NEED  a federal id ( you can  obtain this too as well ) unless the business is a sole proprietor that is not an independent contractor or an employer.



WHERE TO OBTAIN

Where I Can Go Obtain A Seller's Permit?

You can obtain it here online.

FEES?

Pricing Starts @ $39 depending on the state your business is located.

HOW LONG?

How Long does it take? Most states: 1-3 days.

LEGITIMATE BUSINESS?

Are you a legitimate company? We have in business since 1999. We have a BBB profile and a rating of A+.

SECURE?



YES, CERTIFY ONLINE ON - CLICK ON THE MCAFEE ICON

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Here are the key permits and licenses you need to start a business:

Choose a Business Structure

  • Decide if you will operate as a sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, corporation, etc.
  • Register Your Business

  • Register your official business name or form an LLC if applicable
  • Obtain federal and state tax IDs like an EIN, sales tax permit, etc.
  • Comply with Regulations

  • Obtain any required licenses and permits for your industry and location
  • Make sure your business location meets zoning, health codes and other rules
  • Open Business Bank Accounts

  • Set up separate business checking, savings, credit card accounts
  • Get Your Accounting in Order

  • Choose an accounting system to handle bookkeeping, taxes, invoices, etc.
  • Insure Your Business

  • Obtain a general liability policy at minimum. Other insurance as needed.
  • Develop Your Brand

  • Create a brand strategy, business name, logo, marketing materials
  • Registering formally, following regulations, separating finances, and branding effectively will help set

    up your business for success. Let me know if you need any specifics for your type of business!



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