Letter to Advise Client on Tax-Related Identity Theft
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Letter to Advise Client on Tax-Related Identity Theft

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Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses a taxpayer’s stolen personal information, including his or her Social Security number, to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund.

If tax-related identity theft is suspected, the IRS will notify the taxpayer. Alternatively, practitioners may notice that identity theft might have occurred when they attempt to electronically submit a tax return and the submission fails due to a previously filed return under the client’s tax identification number.

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