IRS Abolishes Mandatory Expiry Dates For Illegal Immigrants

Posted on Aug 06, 2014
A recent news article from the Daily Caller explains that the IRS has recently changed it's policy on Individual Taxpayer Identification Number "ITIN" expiration and renewals. Previously the policy required that ITIN numbers expired after 5 years from the date of issue. The new change allows the ITIN to remain effective for an individual so long as that individual files their individual income tax at least once every five years. Don't you wish you only had to file once every 5 years to be in the good graces of the Federal Government? If you have an ITIN you are so fortunate. Unfortunately for those of you out there with a social security number, the IRS requires that you file your taxes on an annual basis, and your failure to do so results in crippling penalties and interest, wage garnishments, bank levies, and even seizure!

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