IRS Regulations for Tax Preparers

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The IRS has sent out about 1 million reminders to tax return preparers about renewing their Preparer Tax Personal Identifcation Numbers (PTIN) before January 1, 2011 under the new regulations. All tax preparers who are paid for their services of preparing tax returns or assisting in the preparations of all or substantially all of a tax return must register or renew their existing PTINs before fling any return after December 31, 2010.

Tax preparers who already have an existing PTIN must still register under the new online system to validate the ownership of their numbers. These tax preparers will generally be assigned back their present numbers. Preparers must create their accounts, complete the PTIN application form, and pay $64.25 fee in order to get their PTINs.

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