To get an IP PIN that is lost, forgotten, or never arrived in a CP01A Notice, use the IP PIN request portal at IRS.gov. If you can’t access your IP PIN online, call (800) 908-4490 for help getting your IP PIN reissued.
Anyone who has been a victim of identity theft is automatically assigned an IP PIN. If you are not a victim but would like to request an IP PIN, you can apply at the same IP PIN request portal if you filed a tax return with an address in one of the following states last year:
Don’t see your state? The IRS will decide after the 2020 filing season whether to take the program nationwide by adding groups of states at a time, so check back here for more updates.
Notice: An IP PIN is an additional security measure for eligible taxpayers to prevent fraudulent use of their Social Security Numbers. An IP PIN is not the same thing as a taxpayer identification number, such as a Social Security Number, individual taxpayer ID, or an Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number (ATIN).