Did you recently form your company, or are you in the process of incorporating? If you are, here’s a list of vendors and entities that you may want to use your new Stable address with.
Get your EIN number — use your Stable address to apply for an EIN
Get your EFTPS (Electronic Federal Tax Payment System) number — the IRS will send your EFTPS number by mail. Once you’ve received it by mail, you can pay your taxes online.
Incorporation service — If you’re incorporating your company with an incorporation service, use your Stable address when they ask for an HQ. We recommend using an incorporation company that can compliantly guide you through the process, like Stripe Atlas.
Stable users get a $200 off discount when incorporating with Stripe Atlas: sign up here
Delaware Certificate of Incorporation — If you or your legal team is incorporating your company, use your HQ address to file your DE C-Corp Certificate of Incorporation.
If you’re a DE C-Corp and you plan to use your Stable address to register to do business in any other states, use your Stable address to register in that state.
This will also keep your residential address off of public record, protecting your privacy.
Department of Labor and Payroll
If you plan to run payroll for other employees (or just yourself), use your Stable address with the state's Department of Labor, your payroll provider, or your PEO.
Other common vendors
Use your Stable address to open a bank account
Use your Stable address for business insurance
As you sign up for new vendors and register with new government/ tax entities, you can use your Stable address as the address on file for all of them. Any mail you receive will be sent to Stable, and you can manage it all digitally. Using the Stable address also protects your privacy, as your residential address won't be on public state/ government records for your company.