While you are only required to fill in your company name, we recommend you complete this form as fully as possible. Why? By providing your company information one time,
QuickBooks can use this information to fill out your forms—invoices, estimates, tax forms—each time you use them.
Once you start using QuickBooks you can easily change this company information. And, once you change it, the updated information will be used in all your QuickBooks forms.
QuickBooks does not use your company information as registration information.
How should I format this information (phone, fax, email address)?
QuickBooks does not require that you format the information in any of these fields in any particular way.
You can format these fields using any standard you have for your company. Since this information will be used on documents
sent to customers, however, you should use standard spelling, capitalization, and grammar rules.
What is a tax ID?
This is your
Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN) or Social Security Number (found
on your IRS tax return). It is a nine-digit number. QuickBooks uses this for various government and tax forms.
What if I don't know my tax ID?
If you don't know your tax ID, check your IRS tax return. If you still can't find it, don't worry.
You can always add it later.
What if I have more than one business?