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Tag: theft

Woman looking in a parking space with her car missing

Since the government considers your vehicle to be just another piece of property, so is there a tax deduction for the theft of your car? Let's find out.

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You open your mail and see IRS Letter 5071C. What on earth does this letter mean? Are you being audited? Why did you receive this letter in the mail?

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Warning Identity Theft Sign

You received an IRS Letter 5071C for a tax year in which you never filed a tax return. It is likely that someone might have filed a tax return in your name.

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IRS Scam sign on a Telephone

There is a growing number of criminals and fraudsters that are constantly trying to gain access to our bank accounts through clever scams and schemes.

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The first thing to do is to check every name and Social Security number listed on the return with what is listed on their Social Security cards.

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Below is a list of misconceptions and examples of misinformation taxpayers may encounter during the upcoming tax season.

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Identity Theft

IRS Partners have begun to create and initiate essential changes which will revolutionize and improve taxpayer security in the coming years.

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