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Last Round of ITINs Set to Expire December 31, 2020

The last round of Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) based on the middle digits are set to expire on December 31, 2020. Learn more about who should renew and how to renew ITINs by reading the IRS’ press release issued August 17, 2020 here. As a reminder, our firm’s office manager, Qulanda Moore is a …

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New Responsible Party Requirements for EIN Applicants

The IRS has announced that starting May 13, 2019, only individuals with either a Social Security Number (“SSN”) or an Individual Tax Identification Number (“ITIN”) may be listed as the ‘responsible party’ on an entity’s Employer Identification Number (“EIN”) application on Form SS-4 (“The SS-4”). The SS-4 instruction’s define responsible party as, “the person who …

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ITIN Application Process & Support Documentation

Obtaining a US tax identification number can unfortunately be a complex and capricious process, so only read more if you need one. Individuals need an ITIN (individual tax identification number) and companies need an EIN (employer identification number). The name EIN itself is confusing because a company does not have to be an employer to …

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Schwartz Intl Offers Assistance with the ITIN Application Process

We are pleased to announce that Qulanda Moore has officially been certified by the IRS as a Certified Acceptance Agent (CAA). An Acceptance Agent is a person or an entity (business or organization) who, pursuant to a written agreement with the IRS, is authorized to assist individuals and other foreign persons who do not qualify …

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