< iframe width="480" height="320" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/ApZbSPU3hEU?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen >< img design="float: left; margin:0 5px 5px 0;" src="http://ustaxreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/OJjI0j.jpg"/ > https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/taxpayer-guide-to-identity-theft. https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f14039.pdf. https://www.identitytheft.gov/. #identitytheft #unemploymentfraud #toddspitzer. Tax-related identity theft occurs when somebody utilizes your stolen individual info, including your Social Security number, to file a tax return declaring a fraudulent refund. If you presume you are a victim of identity theft, continue to pay your taxes and file your income tax return, even if you must submit a paper return. Know the Signs of Identity Theft. You may not understand you're a victim of identity theft till you're alerted by the IRS of a possible issue with your return. Indications of Possible Identity Theft. 1. You receive an incorrect 1099-G for Welfare Declared. 2. You get a letter from the IRS asking about a suspicious income tax return that you did not submit. 3. You can't e-file your income tax return since of a replicate Social Security number. 4. You get a tax transcript in the mail that you did not demand. 5. You get an Internal Revenue Service notice that an online account has actually been created in your name. 6. You get an IRS notice that your existing online account has been accessed or disabled when you took no action. 7. You get an IRS notice that you owe extra tax or refund balance out, or that you have had collection actions taken versus you for a year you did not file an income tax return. 8. IRS records indicate you gotten earnings or other income from an employer you didn't work for. Please note that this video is for info functions just and is not intended to provide or trust for tax, legal, or accounting advice. Please consult your own Certified Public Accountant, tax advisor, legal and accounting consultants.