The Internal Revenue Service should be doing more to combat employment-related and tax-fraud identity theft, according to a new report released in conjunction with a congressional hearing.
"I am dismayed that the IRS does not do more to stop identity theft," said Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (pictured), D-Mont., in an opening statement at the hearing. "The IRS generally will not prosecute an identity theft case unless it is part of a larger crime."
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