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ttuser1
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A dependent had ITIN in 2015-2017. In 2018 he has received an SSN. Is it fine to submit 2017 taxes using his old ITIN, or new SSN should be used?

 
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KrisD
Intuit Alumni

A dependent had ITIN in 2015-2017. In 2018 he has received an SSN. Is it fine to submit 2017 taxes using his old ITIN, or new SSN should be used?

Use the new Social Security Number. Once a Social Security Number has been issued, the Social Security Administration notifies the IRS and that is the number they want you to use. 

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KrisD
Intuit Alumni

A dependent had ITIN in 2015-2017. In 2018 he has received an SSN. Is it fine to submit 2017 taxes using his old ITIN, or new SSN should be used?

Use the new Social Security Number. Once a Social Security Number has been issued, the Social Security Administration notifies the IRS and that is the number they want you to use. 

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cle9
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A dependent had ITIN in 2015-2017. In 2018 he has received an SSN. Is it fine to submit 2017 taxes using his old ITIN, or new SSN should be used?

Same scenario here, i used to enter ITIN, now am entering SSN and Federal rejected my online filing, saying it didnot match last year. What should i do ?
KrisD
Intuit Alumni

A dependent had ITIN in 2015-2017. In 2018 he has received an SSN. Is it fine to submit 2017 taxes using his old ITIN, or new SSN should be used?

If the change was done very recently, the process of the Social Security Administration notifying the IRS may not have been completed. You can wait a week and try again, or paper-file and mail the return in to the IRS.
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