The Internal Revenue Service is making strides in assisting victims of tax-related identity theft more promptly and making fewer errors on cases, thanks to a more centralized approach, according to a new government report.

The report, from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, found the IRS has improved its timeframes to close taxpayer ID theft cases by centralizing its victim assistance services into a single organizational directorate and by improving its processes and procedures.

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