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January 28, 2013

The Impact of Identity Theft on Taxes

    The tax attorneys at Nardone Law Group routinely advise Ohio taxpayers about Internal Revenue Service collection alternatives as it relates to their federal tax liabilities.  These collection alternatives include (i) offer-in-compromise, (ii) installment agreements, (iii) bankruptcy, (iv) currently-not-collectible status, and (v) paying your tax liabilities in full.  As part of reviewing those collection alternatives, however, we first look closely at the underlying tax liabilities to determine whether there are any substantive disputes that should be addressed with the Internal Revenue Service.

    One of those areas that has increasingly become more of a concern for taxpayers is identity theft and taxes.  That is, individuals stealing taxpayer’s identities and causing them to incur tax liabilities that were not caused by the actual taxpayer.  Many groups, including the Internal Revenue Service, have addressed this issue and prepared various articles and documents related to how to combat identity theft.  We have represented taxpayers and advised them on how to prevent identity theft, deal with identity theft after it has occurred, and specifically address how it impacts taxes.  To the extent you have had your identity compromised and a tax liability has arose because of that theft, it is important to address it as soon as possible.

    Nardone Law Group represents individuals and businesses with Federal tax liabilities, including those who have incurred liabilities because of identity theft issues.  If you are struggling with resolving these issues, you should contact an experienced tax attorney today.  Nardone Law Group’s tax lawyers and professionals have vast experience representing clients before the IRS.  Our experienced tax lawyers will thoroughly review your case to determine what options and alternatives are available. Contact us today for a consultation to discuss your case.

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