Your IRS Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) does expire every tax season. PTIN renewal occurs after October 15, and the identification number is valid through December 31 of the following year.When to renew my PTIN?
PTIN renewal occurs after October 15, and the identification number is valid through December 31 of the following year. For example, your PTIN would be valid from October 16, 2018 through December 31, 2019.Is there a fee to renew PTIN?
Special Analyses. The final regulations establish a $33 fee to apply for or renew a PTIN per original or renewal application, which is a reduction from the previously established fee of $50 per original or renewal application, and the $33 fee will not have a significant economic impact on a small entity.Who must get a PTIN?
The IRS requires any professional who prepares or assists in preparing federal tax returns for compensation to have a valid PTIN. Basically, you’ll need one if you are paid to prepare federal tax returns, are an enrolled agent or intend to become an enrolled agent.