Entity Type: Corporation, Government, LLC, Partnership, Sole Proprietor, Trust, Other. Entity Type indicates how your business is organized.
Federal Employer Identification Number or Social Security Number: Enter your Federal Employer's Identification Number (FEIN) if you have one. To apply for a FEIN, go to www.irs.gov and request form SS-4. If the business is a sole proprietorship and you do not have a FEIN, enter the Social Security Number of the owner. If you have a USA address, you are required to enter a FEIN or SSN. If you do not have FEIN or Social Security Number and do not have a USA address, select "Other." An identification number will be assigned when you submit your registration.
Business Name (Legal Name): Enter the legal name of the business. That is, the name of the corporation, LLC, partnership, Trust, etc. (Examples J & J Corporation, John Doe and Jane Person Partnership, Jan Doe Trust). If the business is a sole proprietorship, enter the name of the person that owns the business.
Doing Business as Name (DBA)
Business Phone Number
NAICS Code: North American Industry Classification System used to classify types of Businesses. Select a category that describes the principal product or service you sell. Look up a code at: https://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/
State of Incorporation / Organization: Enter the state your business is incorporated or where the company is organized. For a Sole Proprietor, this is the state where your business is located.
Business Location Address: Street address for the Entity listed as the Legal Name
Mailing Address: This is the address states will mail information to. This may include registration information, bills, refunds and other correspondence. If a seller contracts with a Certified Service Provider (CSP), the CSP may enter their mailing address.
Contact person’s name, phone and email
Registration Date: This is the date you will begin collecting tax for that state if you were not already registered. This date may be different for each state and cannot be more than 60 days in the future.
States in which you are already registered: Already registered in a state means you already have an active license to collect and remit sales and use tax in that state. States cross check registration information to prevent duplicate registrations.
States where you are a remote seller: A remote seller is generally a seller that sells products for delivery into a state in which that seller does not have a physical presence or other legal requirement to register. This includes all remote sellers, whether or not they have met the state's economic nexus threshold.