More expiring ITINs are coming!

W-7 Application, ITIN

Are expiring ITINs on your radar!

Do you have an ITIN?

Are the middle digits of your ITINs 83, 84, 85, 86, or 87?

Have you not used your ITIN in the last 3 years on a Federal tax return?


If these conditions apply you may have to renew your ITINs before December 31, 2019 to avoid it expiring. Or, to avoid processing delays when it comes time to file your 2019 tax return.

The IRS would like to remind you that ITINs with middle digits 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81 or 82 that expired in 2016, 2017, or 2018 respectively can also be renewed at this time.

What the heck is an ITIN? This abbreviation stands for Taxpayer Tax Identification Number! An ITIN is only issued by the IRS, and is issued to applicants (or their third-party provider) who need the number for tax reporting reasons. You can only get an ITIN if you do not qualify for a Social Security Number. The ITIN does not allow you to work in the US or enable you to get Social Security benefits.

Give us a call should you think you need to renew your ITIN. We can complete your W-& Application for Taxpayer Identification Number as well as certify your identifying documents for this purpose. When certifying your passport (or other ids) we simply copy it a certify it’s authenticity for the IRS. You keep your documents and DO NOT have to mail them to the IRS in Austin, Texas.