Our office makes the ITIN process less complicated by helping you apply for a new ITIN or renew.
An Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is a United States tax processing number issued by the Internal Revenue Service for those who need to file a federal tax return but aren't eligible for a Social Security number.
Under the PATH Act, taxpayers who have not used an ITIN on a tax return in the last 3 years or those with the middle digits of 70,71,72 and 80 must renew their ITIN with the filing of you current year Tax Return. The renewal period began July 22, 2016.
Our Certified Acceptance Agent can verify your supporting documents, which means you only have to send copies to the IRS and can take the originals with you.
We are pleased to offer the availability of paying your fees online.
Other payment methods:
Cash, Credit/Debit Card, and Deduction from Tax Return.
If you need to file a federal tax return, but are not eligible for a Social Security Number, you must obtain an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) from the IRS. Although it sounds simple, the ITIN process can be complex. With new requirements under the PATH Act, taxpayers who have not used an ITIN on a tax return in the last three years must renew their tax ID number before filing a 2016 tax return.
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