Special Report: Assisting Victims of Tax-Related Identity Theft
NEW Special Report!
ASSISTING VICTIMS OF TAX-RELATED IDENTITY THEFT
The Federal Trade Commission estimates as many as 9 million Americans have their identities stolen every year, with tax-related identity theft being the most common form of reported identity theft in 2014. In fact, 2014 marked the fifth consecutive year that tax-related identity theft topped the list of complaints.
In the event that a client is notified by the IRS or otherwise suspects they have become a victim of tax identity theft, practitioners can play a valuable role in helping them regain their tax identity. This special report outlines strategies and techniques you can use to effectively respond to tax-related identity theft issues.
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Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America. Since many tax identity theft cases relate to the filing of a fraudulent tax return, chances are that you will have clients that are victims this tax season. Help them regain their tax identity.