That site posted above is for the E filing Pin. If you need your IP Pin go to www.irs.gov/getanippin and click the third box and enter your information. If you did not receive the letter containing your pin in the mail the system should be able to pull up your assigned pin. If not you will have to contact the IRS and have them reassign you one by mail.
Hello lizmom49, I will be happy to help you.
To Receive E-File Pin From The IRS:
Follow the link above and fill in the appropriate information.
Things they will ask for include:
- First and Last Name
- Date of Birth
- Filing Status
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