August 24th, 2011 by Neal Lefebvre
Recently during a Webinar a question came up about the IRS changing the bulk TIN matching record limit to 70,000 instead of 100,000 records per file. To date, we have no information to confirm this and as far as we know the limit is still set at 100,000 records. In July the IRS release a new version of publication 2108A and this documentation still indicators a 100,000 record limit. Should we hear anything differently we will post an update on any changes.
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