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Victims of Identity Theft Continue to Experience Delays and Errors in Receiving Tax Refunds
Michael E. McKenney (ed)
Identity theft for the purpose of committing tax refund fraud occurs when an individual uses another personäó»s name and Taxpayer Identification Number (generally a Social Security Number (SSN)) to file a fraudulent tax return and obtain a fraudulent tax refund. This report determined whether the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is improving its assistance to victims of identity theft. It includes a response from the IRS, which notes that this report is specific to those identity theft cases in which the victims were due a refund. These are the cases in which the timeframe for resolution is the most critical.. This report concludes that identity theft victims continue to experience long delays in having their tax accounts resolved; processes are not effective to ensure that tax accounts are correctly resolved, resulting in delayed and incorrect refunds; and the information reported for case processing and resolution time is misleading. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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