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No, although it does require additional informaation in the "penalty of perjury statement" box of the 8802
see this from IRS here:https://www.irs.gov/individuals/international-taxpayers/form-6166-certification-of-u-s-tax-residency
"When the prior year return has not been filed and isn’t yet required, the penalty of perjury statement must address the applicant’s residency status in the prior year, i.e. Taxpayer Name, (TIN) was a U.S. resident for 2008 and will continue to be throughout the current tax year.”
NOTE: This statement is required of all taxpayers in this situation. In some instances, the taxpayer will not have been a resident for the prior year and therefore will only attest to residency status in the current year."
Did you see my answer?
Sorry, I just answered the question as it arose ... You'll have to call customer service.
(I'll send to the pro mods here too)
But we can't (and aren't allowed by Terms of Service) deal with account, pricing, etc kinds of issues.
You can get Customer Service the following three ways:
JA customer svc
Email | Chat | Phone..
If you'd like to ask your 3115 question HERE i can try to help, depending on what you need. We, my firm, won't do a 3115 for less than $500.
But if it's just a question ABOUT the 3115 I may be able to answer the question here.
Thanks John, not able to do it at that price. (was just quoting our minimum for a basic return) This is a big job. You should really contact someone in your local area, for accountability purposes anyway.
Given the diversified nature of my practice, tax, investment advisory, qualified plan design and analysis,and business & strategic planning, these various parts converge at the end of, and beginning of, (December/January) the calendar to keep my plate very full with my business owner clients.
P.S. if you hear anything about where the 6166 question came from, I'd appreciate a heads-up. I answer THAT question thoroughly and accurately ... would like to be sure that the customer gets it.
a pretty diverse group here ... I'll send a message to the person that I think could best do it.... Won't mention name yet as he/she may not be able to ... I'll send them a link to this question, so that they can respond.
OK, PDTax got back to me and said he could help ... I'm going to opt out so he can pick up
Hi. Thanks to Lane for asking me to step in. I'm PDtax.
I understand you need a 3115, I assume for cash to accrual.
Once I know what you need and the deadline, I can price the project.
I think I understand what you are looking for, but suggest we talk to clarify some things.
I'll post an offer for a phone call to discuss things. Accepting allows us to outline what you want and when, price and establish private communications.
I'll be back in office this afternoon (EST), if that works for you to discuss things.