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Identity and Tax Fraud: Enhanced Authentication Could Combat Refund Fraud, but IRS Lacks an Estimate of Costs, Benefits and Risks
James R. White (au)
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) estimated it prevented $24.2 billion in fraudulent identity theft (IDT) refunds in 2013, but paid $5.8 billion later determined to be fraud. 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 an identity thief uses a legitimate taxpayer's identifying information to file a fraudulent tax return and claims a refund. This report reviewed IRS's efforts to combat IDT refund fraud. It assesses (1) the quality of IRS's IDT refund fraud cost estimates; and (2) IRS's progress in developing processes to enhance taxpayer authentication. Tables and figures. This is a pri
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