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Practitioner PIN Method

The Practitioner PIN method does not require the taxpayer to provide their Prior Year AGI amount or Prior Year PIN. When using the Practitioner PIN Method, taxpayers must always appropriately sign a completed signature authorization form. Taxpayers, who use the Practitioner PIN Method and enter their own PINs in the electronic return record after reviewing the completed return, must still appropriately sign the signature authorization form.

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Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 19-Mar-2014