The 2017 tax filing season is still 6 months away, but the IRS is already making plans to fight tax identity theft and refund fraud that it expects to see next year.
The personally identifying information of about 2.2 million patients is at risk after a data breach at Fort Myers, Florida-based 21st Century Oncology Holdings Inc.
The University of Central Florida in Orlando recently discovered unauthorized access to its computer network, compromising the personally identifiable information of current and former students and faculty members.
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Seniors are often a target for identity theft. They tend to be less digitally aware, they trust more easily and are more civic- and family-minded.
Investment brokerage Scottrade says a data breach that began in late 2013 compromised the names and home addresses of 4.6 million of its customers.
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Teenagers looking to score some booze should steer clear of sites offering fake IDs for sale. The sites are often fronts for ID theft rings.
More tax identity theft victims from a hack of an IRS online service have been identified. The total now stands at 334,000.
Whom can you trust when it comes to protecting your identity? Apparently no one, as this week’s sentencing of an Alabama jailer for tax ID theft shows.