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Identity Theft and Tax Fraud: IRS Needs to Update Its Risk Assessment for the Taxpayer Protection Program
James R. McTigue, Jr. (au)
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) estimates that, in 2014, it prevented or recovered $22.5 billion in attempted identity theft (IDT) refund fraud, but paid $3.1 billion in fraudulent IDT refunds. Because of the difficulties in knowing the amount of undetected fraud, the actual amount could differ from these point estimates. IDT refund fraud occurs when a refund-seeking fraudster obtains an individualäó»s identifying information and uses it to file a fraudulent tax return. Despite IRSäó»s efforts to identify and prevent IDT refund fraud, this crime is an evolving and costly problem. This report (1) evaluates the performance of IRSäó»s Taxpayer Protection Program (TPP); and (2) assesses IRSäó»s efforts to improve its estimates of IDT refund fraud costs for 2014. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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