H&R Block is offering taxpayers who use an ITIN a free renewal before next season.
The 23.1 million ITINs issued since 1996 will start expiring as early as January due to the PATH Act enacted last December. ITIN renewal procedures will most impact two groups of taxpayers this year: those with a "78" or "79" in the middle of their ITIN, and ITIN holders who haven't filed a U.S. tax return for tax years 2013, 2014 or 2015.
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