(Bloomberg) The Internal Revenue Service started 1,492 criminal investigations into the use of tax returns to commit identity theft in the year that ended Sept. 30, a 66 percent increase, the agency said Tuesday.
Criminal Identity Theft Investigations Increase 66% at IRS
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