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Tdoyle 15:47, 30 Aug 2005 (CDT)

spouse social security no.

hey thanks for the reply. can u give some more detail of what type of the situation u went through.... when you applied for the tin, was the spouse of the tax payer living in another country??? and when did u apply for the TIN??? along with the tax return or before filling the tax return??? your help in this regards will really appreciated thank u

Bank Products

Hey Dbtax:

Thanks for your reply over there somewhere on my question of spinning off a separate business from our CPA firm and competing for H & R Block type of clients. What tax software do you use? Where are you located? Maybe you could describe these things on your user page.

Tim Doyle - please see how difficult this interaction is back and forth between users. Not easy, I'm typing this and wondering if Dbtax will read this within a week or so. I guess others could jump in on this person's discussion section on their user page. Is there any way to connect what I am typing here to where the original question was posted? Just some helpful thoughts for you.--Gregg Gillaspy, CPA, CFP 09:01, 10 Sep 2005 (CDT)

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Trillium 22:27, 30 January 2009 (CST)

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