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Thread: Identity Link between IRS and SS?

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    Does anyone know about a link of identity using TIN # and SS#?
    Here's the situation.
    A friend of mine who has been AOS has been filing taxes for 4 years apprarently she still owes money which btw he pays by installment. She recently got married and able to get her papers processed, she has SS# now and is legal.
    Question is with all her debts from IRS and other institution , will the IRS track her down if she now uses her valid SS#? Will the other institution can give her bad credit even if she was using a TIN back then?
    Any helpful info is appreciated. Thanks!

  2. #2
    Does anyone know about a link of identity using TIN # and SS#?
    Here's the situation.
    A friend of mine who has been AOS has been filing taxes for 4 years apprarently she still owes money which btw he pays by installment. She recently got married and able to get her papers processed, she has SS# now and is legal.
    Question is with all her debts from IRS and other institution , will the IRS track her down if she now uses her valid SS#? Will the other institution can give her bad credit even if she was using a TIN back then?
    Any helpful info is appreciated. Thanks!

  3. #3
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by contemplating:
    Does anyone know about a link of identity using TIN # and SS#?
    Here's the situation.
    A friend of mine who has been AOS has been filing taxes for 4 years apprarently she still owes money which btw he pays by installment. She recently got married and able to get her papers processed, she has SS# now and is legal.
    Question is with all her debts from IRS and other institution , will the IRS track her down if she now uses her valid SS#? Will the other institution can give her bad credit even if she was using a TIN back then?
    Any helpful info is appreciated. Thanks! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
    1. The IRS and SSA do share some information with respect to TIN's; however, it is intended for information purposes ONLY. See Title 26 Section 6103.
    Your friend is on a installment payment. According to the collection statues prescribed by IRC, the IRS cannot "come after her" through levies or liens, unless the collection of tax is in jeapordy. The general statue of limitations for the IRS to collect the tax is 10 years from the 23c date, or when the tax assessment became initially due per Title 26 Section 6302 and 6303. Title 26 Secton 6304 prescribes the fair tax collection practices that IRS must adhere to.
    3. Generally, owing money to the IRS is not reported to the credit bureaus unless a notice of tax lien is filed with the county where your friend owns property. If a notice of tax lien is filed, it is generally placed on the credit report for ten years, unless the tax was never paid, including expenditure of time to collect the tax.
    4. Depending on what other debts your friend has, it may be reported to the credit bureaus. Those institutions fall under different statues under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Title 15 U.S.C. Section 1681 er seq.
    5. If your friend has an inteview for adjustment of status or is applying for US citizenship, it is highly recommended that your friend submit a record of accounts on all her IRS tax debts. It would show how long your friend is on the installment agreement, how often your friend is making the payments, including consistentcy, and when your friend filed the tax, ie late, extended due date, or past the extended due date.

    Hope this answers your questions.
    "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." John Adams on Defense of the boston Massacre

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