• Cory S. Noeller, CPA

Protecting Yourself From Tax-Related Identity Theft

Updated: Dec 28, 2019


Identity theft is a complex and evolving threat, and one that costs U.S. citizens billions of dollars annually.

Without question, it is one of the most pressing challenges our country faces. Unfortunately, the problem is growing, and fraudsters are always looking for new ways to steal confidential information to commit crimes. As your trusted adviser, we understand your concerns with identity theft and take every precaution to keep your personal information safe.

There are numerous types of identity theft. For example, a thief could steal a wallet and use credit cards to make illegal purchases or obtain information to file a tax return on behalf of a taxpayer to claim an illegal refund.

Should you ever find yourself a victim of any type of identity theft, this checklist provides you (our valued client) with a structured guide to resolve identity theft issues. It outlines specific steps you should take to help mitigate the damage of identity theft: closing credit cards, filing a police report, filing a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, addressing matters with the IRS and more. Use it to contact the applicable agency (or agencies) and report the fraud.

For tax-related identity theft matters, we are here to help. Assistance may involve contacting the IRS to ensure your payments are properly credited to your account, helping to retrieve a refund issued to the wrong person or responding to IRS notices. Feel free to call our office to discuss your situation and see how we can be of service.

Access our Checklist for Combating Identity Theft

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