In the wake of South Carolina’s deadly floods, some storm victims will receive tax relief and special tax treatment.
IRS efforts, such as added return-processing filters, are making progress in stopping tax refund fraud by identity thieves.
Starting in 2016, if you have to pay the IRS $100 million or more, you’ll have to send Uncle Sam the huge amount in 2 checks, not 1 big payment.
More tax identity theft victims from a hack of an IRS online service have been identified. The total now stands at 334,000.
Victims of ID theft who get free credit monitoring services won’t have to report the value of those services as taxable income, according to the IRS.
Tax identity theft can be a mess to fix. That’s why the National Taxpayer Advocate says the IRS needs a single point of contact for tax ID theft victims.
Taxpayers are demanding more digital solutions. The IRS needs to respond, but also ensure the online options are secure.
Uncle Sam, state tax departments and the tax industry private sector have united to fight tax identity theft and fraudulent refund filings.
All eyes are on the IRS after crooks were able to access data on 104,000 previously filed tax returns. But the agency actually is doing a better job of stopping tax ID theft.
The IRS’ online tax transcript feature was breached by crooks who used taxpayer data they stole elsewhere to get the filers’ tax information, too.