Starting and registering your business can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. Let the payroll tax experts at ADP help you get registered quickly and accurately so you can focus on growing your business.
Tax registration services start at $195
Getting your state or local tax IDs can be complicated. So, we made it easy.
Collect your information
Have your company information (name, address, etc.), federal Employer Identification Number (EIN), and credit card handy.
Answer a few simple questions
Sign up online and tell us about your
business to get started.
Let ADP handle the rest
Our payroll tax experts prepare and submit your application to the requested tax agencies, working with you along the way.
Our payroll tax experts are here to ease the burden of the tax ID registration process by helping you save time, avoid administrative headaches, and stay compliant. But that's not all. When you partner with ADP, you can also get a one-stop shop for your payroll & HR needs so you can confidently grow your business.
We've provided tax services to businesses like yours for over 70 years.
1 in 6 workers paid
ADP pays 1 in 6 workers in the United States – that equals more than 25 million people.
We moved $2.7 trillion of US payroll and taxes for our clients and their employees in 2022.
ADP Internal data, 2023
Your business tax ID allows government agencies to identify your business for tax purposes. Tax obligations vary by jurisdiction, so whether you need a tax ID depends on the state your company operates in. If your business operates in more than one state, you will need a tax ID number for each state and/or local jurisdiction.1
Yes. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) uses the Federal EIN to identify your business for federal tax purposes. When you apply for a state ID, the state tax department typically requires your Federal EIN as part of the application process. Additionally, not having a Federal EIN can prevent you from accessing resources for your business and fulfilling your federal tax obligations.2
Getting your Federal EIN is easy! Just complete the IRS's online application.
Yes. The state agency uses the State EIN to identify your business for state tax purposes. When you apply for a local ID, the local tax department typically requires your State EIN as part of the application process. Additionally, not having a State EIN can prevent you from accessing resources for your business and fulfilling your state/local tax obligations.
You're just a few steps from worry-free tax ID registration.