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Identity Theft: Additional Actions Could Help IRS Combat the Large, Evoloving Threat of Refund Fraud
Identity Theft: Additional Actions Could Help IRS Combat the Large, Evoloving Threat of Refund Fraud
 
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By James R. White (au)
Year: 2014
Pages: 50
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-5776-6

Product Code: 1457857766

Description
 
Tax refund fraud associated with identity theft (IDT) continues to be an evolving threat, one that imposes a serious financial and emotional toll on honest taxpayers and threatens the integrity of the tax administration system. Within the tax system, IDT refund fraud occurs when a refund-seeking identity thief files a fraudulent tax return using a legitimate taxpayer's identifying information. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) estimates that millions of IDT refund fraud attempts claiming tens of billions of dollars in fraudulent refunds occurred in 2013. IDT refund fraud also creates administrative costs: In 2014, IRS has approx. 3,000 people working on cases of IDT victims -- more than twice the number of people working on these cases in 2011. IRS recognized refund fraud and IDT as a major challenge affecting the agency in its recently issued strategic plan. This report examines (1) what IRS knows about the extent of IDT refund fraud; and (2) additional actions IRS can take to combat IDT refund fraud using third-party information from, for ex., employers and financial institutions. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.

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