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by John Scollin, Shareholder, Business Advisory Group
If you waited to file your tax return until April 15, you may have been shocked to learn the IRS rejected your return because it was already filed. As panic set in you began to wonder how this could have happened and what can be done in order to correct the situation.
If this happens to you, you’re not alone. According to the Federal Trade Commission, 2014 marked the fifth consecutive year tax-related identity theft topped the list of complaints, with more than 100,000 received. In most instances, the identity theft used a Social Security number to file a false return early on in the tax season.
Identity theft can be a frustrating process for victims, especially if your hard-earned refund is being held hostage because of it. Doeren Mayhew offers six steps to help you navigate through reclaiming your tax identity and refund:
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