Identity Theft | Tax


Secure Your Tax Records from Identity Theft

How to Stop Identity Theft & Reverse the Damage

Identity Theft occurs when someone uses your personal information such as your name , SSN, or other identifying information, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes. An Identity thief may use your SSN to file a fraudulent tax return using your SSN.

We can help stop further damage when it comes to your taxes. Call Now!

   
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 How Can We Help You?
  • File your 2013/2014 Tax Return 
  • Obtain Copies of your W2(s)
  • Refund on Late Filed Returns 
  • ID Theft Affidavit Form 14039 »

  • Source from IRS.gov »

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         HOW WE CAN HELP

After we help you restore your tax information and clear record of tax fraud we will help you obtain an "Identity Protection PIN" that will protect from future attempts to steal or use your information.
    What is a Identity Protection PIN ?

The IRS will issue you an identity protection personal identification number (PIN) because you were  victim of identity theft. That means a return will not be accepted if this PIN is not entered with the tax return. This makes it impossible for imposters to file fake returns using your information.
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Call Now:
(310) 677-5000
Visit our Office:
3227 W Century
      Blvd , Inglewood , Ca 90303



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We can help you handle reverse the damage of ID Theft when it comes to your taxes, but until then, follow these steps to protect yourself from further damage from the imposters:

FLAG YOUR NAME WITH THE IRS
    Call IRS's ID Theft Unit to inform them of the violation and after sending a few documents to prove your identity to the IRS, 
    they will send you an Identity Protection Pin (IP PIN) that can be used only once when filing your return electronically. The 
    benefit is, that a return filed with your name and social security number will only be accepted with the IP PIN. If the imposters 
    don't have that PIN issued by the IRS, then IRS will not accept the flagged name and social security number. Get the PIN by 
    calling the IRS's ID Theft Unit at (800) 908-4490 . They are open Monday through Friday 7am - 7pm pst.

GET THE HELP OF THE FTC

    Contact the Federal Trade Commission and inform them of violation to your name. Their contact information is (888) 438-4338

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION CAN HELP TOO
    Sometimes imposters file false returns with false wages to get an extremely high but dubious refund or some people work 
    using your social security number and will receive a W2 to them, without your knowledge. By contacting the Social Security 
    Administration , you can verify and confirm your true and exact wages. Their number is (800) 772-1213.

INFORM YOUR BANK
    Let your banking institution know of the breach of your identity so they can be aware of suspicious activity on any purchases 
    or new accounts under your name.

STATE ATTORNEY
    Its helps.

THE 3 CREDIT BUREAUS
    Contact at least one of the three credit bureaus. They will also put a flag on your name and social security number and watch 
    for any suspicious credit activity.
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