The IRS is reminding taxpayers with expiring ITINs of the importance of renewing them now to avoid possible delays if they plan to file a tax return in 2018.
As a reminder, all ITINs not used on a federal income tax return at least once in the last three consecutive tax years and ITINs with middle digits 70, 71, 72 or 80 will expire at the end of the year. All updated information is on IRS.gov/ITIN. Taxpayers can link to the information in Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese, Korean and Haitian Creole from that page. ITINs that expired last
year with middle digits 78 and 79 can also be renewed.
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