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PTINs expire soon – tax pros can renew online for faster processing
There are more than 750,000 active tax return preparers that must renew their Preparer Tax Identification Numbers now for 2023. All current PTINs will expire December 31, 2022.
Anyone who’s paid to prepare or assist in the preparation of all, or a substantial part of any U.S. federal tax return must have a current PTIN from the IRS. This PTIN must be renewed every year. The fee to renew or get a PTIN is $30.75 for 2023. This fee is non-refundable.
Renewing online is fast and easy
A paper option, Form W-12, along with the instructions, is also available for PTIN applications and renewals. The paper form can take four to six weeks to process. Failure to have and use a valid PTIN may result in penalties.
PTIN system enhancements
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