Unused ITINs Will Expire After Five Years Under New IRS Policy | Lauzen Accounting

Unused ITINs Will Expire After Five Years Under New IRS Policy

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The IRS announced a new: ITINs that are not being used will expire after five years. The policy will go into effect in 2016.

Source: AICPA – Tax

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