Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITIN) are used for taxpayers who are required for U.S. tax purposes to have a U.S. taxpayer identification number but do not qualify to get a social security number.
If you use an ITIN, you should check if it expires this year. If it does, information about how to renew your ITIN can be found at: https://www.irs.gov/credits-deduct…/…/how-do-i-renew-my-itin. Keeping your ITIN current helps avoid tax refund and processing delays.
Taxpayers who have not used their ITIN to file a federal return at least once in the last three years will see their number expire Dec. 31, 2019. Additionally, ITINs with middle digits of 83, 84, 85, 86 or 87 (e.g. 9NN-83-NNNN) will also expire at the end of the year.
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