Hi there, I was hoping you could help me with this... I am currently at the stage of registering my LLC and when getting my FEIN number (online), I was not allowed to put a ".com" on my business name. I want to register my business in NJ as a ".com". Can I still do that if the IRS thinks I'm a "COM" and not a ".COM"? I don't want any discrepancies. Thank you! - Darryl
Isn’t that annoying? The IRS doesn’t allow punctuation in their online applications, which is why you aren’t allowed to put a period in your “.com”. Other than defense, government agencies are not really known for keeping up with technology. My advice is that you simply replace the period with a space when completing the application. The state of New Jersey will understand the discrepancy.
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