Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., accused the Internal Revenue Service of falling short on efforts to combat taxpayer identity theft.
Baucus' criticism came in response to a report sent by IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman on the steps the agency was taking to protect taxpayer information and help taxpayers who reported ID theft. However, Baucus (pictured) was not satisfied with the IRS' actions.
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