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IRS Urges Millions to Renew ITINs Early
IRS Urges Millions to Renew ITINs Early

The IRS recently issued a reminder that Individual Tax Payer Numbers (ITINs) that have not been used for federal tax purposes in the past 3 years, and those with a middle number of 83, 84, 85, 86, or 87 (for example (9NN-85-NNNN), will expire in December of 2019. Failure to ...

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