National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson has released a report outlining her office’s priorities over the coming fiscal year, including improving Internal Revenue Service procedures to protect victims of tax-related identity theft and helping people who have lost their homes to foreclosure.
The report notes that the IRS has taken some steps to improve its procedures for handling identity theft, including developing an identity theft indicator and studying the creation of a centralized unit for identity theft cases.
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