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IRS Pub 2043: IRS Refund Information Guidelines for the Tax Preparation Community
IRS Publication 2043, IRS Refund Information Guidelines for the Tax Preparation Community, has been updated for 2017. The publication provides the latest refund information and guidelines to advise clients who are expecting refunds.

Get Replacement Social Security Benefits Statements Form SSA-1099 Online
Help your clients who receive Social Security benefits get their annual benefits statements online through my Social Security. Let your clients know they can get free, instant replacement forms beginning Feb. 1.

Get Ready
IRS needs your help to get the word out on key information that taxpayers need to know about before the start of the 2017 filing season. The “Get Ready” outreach campaign focuses on helping taxpayers understand important tax law changes that may affect the processing of their tax returns and the timing of refunds for some filers. Affected taxpayers can take actions this fall that will help them file their tax returns timely and accurately.

Important Information about Your e-Services Account
Certain e-Services users will receive letters directing them to revalidate their identities. Learn who is affected and what actions are required. Failure to timely revalidate will result in e-Services access being suspended for security purposes.

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