Solved: My wife had a TIN in 2017, but received her social security card in 2018. Should I mention her TIN or SSN on the 2017 filings ? Thank you ! Eric
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My wife had a TIN in 2017, but received her social security card in 2018. Should I mention her TIN or SSN on the 2017 filings ? Thank you ! Eric

 
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My wife had a TIN in 2017, but received her social security card in 2018. Should I mention her TIN or SSN on the 2017 filings ? Thank you ! Eric

Yes, if your spouse has a valid Social Security Number at the time you file your return, you should enter that number in the Personal Info section.

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My wife had a TIN in 2017, but received her social security card in 2018. Should I mention her TIN or SSN on the 2017 filings ? Thank you ! Eric

Yes, if your spouse has a valid Social Security Number at the time you file your return, you should enter that number in the Personal Info section.

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