The IRS began mailing letters this month to more than 1 million taxpayers with expiring ITINs, urging recipients to renew quickly to avoid refund and processing delays.

ITINs with middle digits 70, 71, 72 or 80 expire at the end of 2017. The notice being mailed, CP-48 Notices, explains the steps to renew the ITIN if it will be included on a U.S. tax return filed in 2018.

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