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A Trust is a legal entity created under state law and is a fiduciary relationship in which one party, known as a Trustor, gives another party, known at the Trustee, the right to legal ownership of assets (including property) for the benefit of another. The most common types of Trusts are Irrevocable and Revocable Trusts:
Input the legal business name of your Trust.
Attention! The only punctuation and special characters allowed are hyphen (-) and ampersand(&). The Legal Name may not contain the following endings Corp, Inc, PA.
Type of Trust
Please select the type of trust you are creating.
An individual or entity making a grant to form a Trust is referred to as a grantor or creator.
Titles such as donor, settlor, Trustor, guardian, owner, conservator or custodian of the specified Trust are all used to refer to the creator or grantor.
The Grantor is the person or business who is making the grant to create the trust. The Grantor can also sometimes be known as the Owner, Trustor, Donor, Settlor, Conservator, Guardian, or Custodian.If there is more than one Grantor, list the primary one. Or if all Grantors are equal, list only one.The Grantor and Trustee of a trust may sometimes be the same person.
Social Security Number
Input the above creator or grantor’s social security number.
The designated individual assigned to manage or control a Trust is referred to as a Trustee.
More often than not, the grantor is the same individual as the Trustee. However, there can only be one person listed as a Trustee.
A Trustee manages the assets of the Trust. There may be more than one Trustee (but only list one).
In case you have had an EIN before for this specific entity where the same social security number was provided in this application, choose yes.
Please enter the previous EIN.
In case you plan to contract one of more employees for the rest of this tax year, choose yes.
Give the information for the employee type, number and wages, if your answer was yes.
If you pay less than $4,000 in wages for the year you may file annually. If you expect to pay more than $4,000 in wages for the year you should file quarterly.
Provide the number of employees engaged in agriculture.
If you do not plan to hire any employees for this certain type listed please enter 0.
Provide the number of employees engaged in household work either full or part time.
Provide the number of employees hired to perform either part time or full time work for you or your company.
First Wages Date
Provide the date in which employees will first be paid from your company.
Alert! The IRS does NOT allow PO Boxes!
Input your corporation’s address or corporate address.
Different Mailing AddressSelect yes in case you wish to have your mail sent to a different address.
Different Mailing Address
Enter the address where you would like to receive your entity related documents.
Date Entity Started
Input the start date of the entity in case you’re starting or accruing a new business. However, input the date you acquired the entity in case it’s already in operation.
Please input the accounting year’s closing month. December is the accounting year’s end by default.
Please input the applicant’s phone number.
Our primary means of communication is by email. Hence ensure that your email address is correct.
Input the Legal Business Name of your Trust.
Alert! Only upper or lower case in sequential order letters (A-Z) and numbers (0-9) can be incorporated in the business name. The IRS however allows the hyphen (-) and ampersand (&) as the only acknowledged symbols!