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Hi everyone tonight we're going to talk about tax identity theft now before I get into what to do about it let's talk about what tax identity theft is what happens is somebody gets ahold of your social security number your name and your date of birth and basically they file a phony tax return and they usually try to get a refund and they create a phony address and a fake bank account they get the refund deposited into the fake bank account they take the money they disappear and then you find out about it later when you go to file your tax return now this is what usually will happen you'll go to file your tax return and most people file electronic so what happens is when the return gets electronically filed the return will get rejected by the IRS and they'll usually when a return gets rejected there's an error code or a reason code why the return was it rejected and what will happen is in this case it will say that it's a duplicate return or that a return has already been filed under your name well if you know you didn't file your return you know there's usually got to be something wrong so the best thing to do in this case would be to try to obtain what's called an account transcript and that's something that you can obtain from the IRS and it will list that your name and address and what numbers were put on the return now if you get that transcript and let's say there's a totally different address on the return address that you an address that you never heard of that's probably a sign that there's identity theft and the other thing that will happen is there will be unusual numbers on there there'll be income that that usually is totally different from the income that you would normally report and basically what happened was the person just made up a like a phony w2 and an amount and they put it down on the return they got the refund and they disappeared so that's what tax identity theft is now the next thing I want to go over is what we need to do about it there's a number of steps that you have to take in order to protect yourself when you're a victim of tax identity theft the first thing you need to do is you need to of course notify the IRS and the couple of there were a couple of agencies that have to be notified as well first I would notify the Federal Trade Commission you can reach them at 877 let's see what the numbers 4 8 7 7 4 3 8 4 3 3 8 and they'll ask you a series of questions and basically you'll want to put them on alert that somebody has filed a tax return in your name you also want to notify

FAQ

How long does it take to solve an identity theft situation involving your income taxes?
Working with the IRS, you should probably expect about 6 months, but sometimes it takes a year or more if the case is very complicated.
How do I prevent identity theft when I submit my tax return electronically?
An Identity Protection PIN (IP PIN) is a six digit code, which changes each year, you use to confirm your identity when submitting your tax return.This additional layer of authentication makes it harder for someone to use your Social Security Number (SSN) to submit a fraudulent. The IRS gives IP PINs to taxpayers who have experienced tax-related identity theft. The use of IP PIN is MANDATORY if you receive a CPO1A notice from the IRS.Getting an IP PIN is optional for the following groups of taxpayers:1) Those who receive an IRS letter inviting you to opt-in to get an IP PIN.2) Taxpayers who filed a return last year as a resident of Florida, Georgia, or the District of Columbia. This a pilot program to test the use of IP PINs.
Will you go to prison if you're a victim of tax fraud identity theft?
If you did not break the law, then you should not worry about going to prison. ID theft is not lawful, and if you or the government or someone else is hurt in the ID theft crime, the perpetrator should be made responsible for the consequences.Even though you are a victim of the ID theft, you are still responsible for your lawful responsibility to pay the taxes that you lawfully owed.
My ID and computer were stolen out of my car. How can I prevent identity theft?
You can’t.If someone is planning on using your identity for theft, there is nothing that you can do to prevent it.You can, however, mitigate it by taking several steps:File a police report - In the report, detail all of the items which were taken, no matter how insignificant that you think that they are.Contact all of your credit issuers and your bank and have your cards cancelled - The sooner that you do this, the better. Credit card companies legally can only hold you responsible for the first $50 in charges (almost all of them waive the charges) and your bank has to replace any fraudulent withdrawals made from your account as long as you report the theft within 60 days.Place a fraud alert on your credit reports - This will be a huge pain in the ass for as long as you have it on them, but it will prevent people from easily receiving credit using your identity.Contact the local library if you have a card and tell them that you have lost your card - Many people forget this and it’s a bad idea to do so because A) A crook can check numerous new and expensive books and videos on your account and sell them. B) The crook can have the library give them a copy of the form that you completed to obtain your card. That document has personal information on it which may not have been in your wallet.Check your driving record with your state licensing agency - The crook may attempt to pass himself off as you during traffic stops and that could lead to your being fined or arrested for outstanding traffic violations. Also, you might wish to check to see if any titles were issued to you for any vehicles that you may own or not own as crooks can use your ID to get a new title for your vehicle and either get a loan against it or steal it later and then sell it.Contact your medical insurer - A crook can use your medical insurance card to charge healthcare and dental work and to obtain prescription medicines (especially painkillers) to sell.Check your cell provider and see if additional phones or mobile devices have been issued in your name - A crook could obtain numerous new phones on your account and then sell them at a profit. Or use them until they are caught.Check your state’s corporation bureau/Secretary of State - A crook (or whoever he sells your identity papers to) could start a business using your information. This could put you tens of thousands of dollars in debt (or more) and result in numerous agencies looking for you (actually, the crook pretending to be you) for a wide variety charges.Keep a copy of your police report with you at all times - While the police have grown used to ID fraud, some may still detain or arrest you if you are pulled over. Having a copy of the report will make things far less difficult if you are stopped or detained.Expect the unexpected - There many ways that your ID can be misused by a skilled ID thief. From buying aircraft and boats on your credit, to purchasing firearms, to obtaining Internet service in your name and then using it for fraud or for downloading child pornography, if your identity is indeed compromised, you should ready for whatever might happen.Good Luck.
How do I fill out a 1120 tax report?
If you are not sophisticated with taxes, DON'T try this form. You can get yourself in a lot of trouble.  Get a good CPA or EA.  The time and effort it will take you to figure this thing out is not worth it. If you value your time at more than the minimum wage, you will save time and money by hiring a professional.
What is your opinion on the statement, “Tax is legalized theft”?
So many answers here that say I am grossly misinformed because I say “Taxation is legalized theft.”Taxation is legalized theft….”But, taxes benefit people!”mmmm…Debatable. BUT, I will give them the benefit of the doubt.I'll even give them a hypothetical that with taxes government delivers:Perfect Roads: government creates perfect roads that will never get potholes, cracks, or loose pavement, and there are 0 car accidents.Perfect Schools: Let's also throw in that with my taxes government creates perfect schools, every student achieves perfect grades, perfect graduation rates, all subjects have a perfect score on standardized tests across the entire nation, we receive year after year the best and brightest generations, each individual is able to deliver great contributions to society.Perfect Hospitals: And with my taxes, Government also creates perfect hospitals. Anyone who enters sick comes out healthy. 100% success rates on surgeries.And more…And yet…”Taxation is STILL theft. And wrong.”Why?Let's take the G-word (government) and those omnipotent politicians out of the picture —Let's say, one morning I jump in the drivers seat of your car and drive you to work, so that you get there safely.While you are at work, I clean your house, I mow your lawn, I even organize your garage. All done to perfection.I go and pick you up from work and take you home, so you get back home safely. I even let you know that I noticed your garage door was about to fall off its hinge and might of fallen on top of you at some point, so I fixed it. I obviously saved your life.I make sure you are fed by cooking you dinner and make sure that you get to bed alright.During the night, I stay awake, vigilantly, to make sure nothing happens to you.Then comes the end of the month and I give you a statement that says you owe me $100,000 (by adding up 45% of income, 8.25% of all sales, And 2% of all house property value).You have no response. Then, I pull out a gun and point it to your head as I say,“How selfish of you. Who do you think you are? Some libertarian anarchist nut who thinks they owe nothing? You don't think you have a fair share to pay? How do you expect poor people to get these same services? Not even poor people, how do you expect anyone to get any of these services without me here to provide them to you? Look at all the benefits I selflessly and unwillingly gave you. Pay up.”To which you reply,“but I never agreed to any of this.”I turn bright red. Lose my shit. Flip the table over. Pistol whip you to the ground, possible taser/pepperspray/ baton. Place a metal brace on your wrists to make sure your hands are cuffed and restrained. Throw you into the back of my car. Drive over to your bank. Point the gun to the teller and say “he owes me. Take it from his account.” This time I take $120,000 (because now we need to add in late fees and penalities). Then I drive you to a building made of cinderblocks and barbed wire. Throw you in a cage like a dog and force you to sit in that cage and think about what you have done for the next 10 years.See what happened there?The benefits you received were entirely irrelevant to the crime you were victim to. You were still robbed. Whether one gets benefits, or not, it is entirely irrelevant to conversation. If all a crime needs in order to be morally and socially acceptable is to benefit someone, than all thieves should just say in court that they were doing it because they were going to benefit someone.Really?“How does something immoral, when done privately, Become moral when done collectively? No matter how worthy the cause, it is robbery, theft, and injustice To confiscate the property of one person And give it to another who it does not belong.”- Walter E. Williams“Rick, do you see how nice I am? I just killed one of these walkers that could of walked into [Alexandria] and killed all you people. See how reasonable I am?”-Negan, The Walking DeadAnd since taxation is theft it is the very reason why government sucks at its’ job.Taxes should be voluntary.“But people won't contribute as much as they need to!!”Then I suggest you rexamine what you define as a need, because there are many things that people need that are here without the magical grace and omnipotence of government compulsion. I might think my macaroni paintings are the best thing since sliced bread, but that doesn't justify robbing people to pay for them. If any corporation were to come out and say our services are needed by everyone and therefore everyone should be forced to pay us for our services, progressives would be up in arms. But give the same guy a president flag on his suit’s lapel, a podium, a grumpy face, and a Brooklyn accent and everyone thinks robbery is the only way to accomplish anything.Here's a short list of things people need that exist without the omnipotence and grace of government compulsion:FoodWaterClothesOxygenShelterFireCars