The Internal Revenue Service plans to improve its program to provide copies of false tax returns to victims of tax-related identity theft, according to a recent report.

The report, from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, noted that in some cases IRS employees had made processing errors in its Fraudulent Return Request Program, including not filing requests in a timely manner, not providing taxpayers with copies of the return, and not redacting all the necessary information from returns.

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