Impact And Prevention Of Tax Identity Theft

Webinar: ID# 1023226
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Tax-related identity theft is at epidemic proportions. It threatens not only taxpayers and tax professionals, but the viability of the tax system as a whole.

This webinar provides a background on current tax-related identity theft and refund fraud trends. It also discusses best practices for protecting against identity theft, and explains the programs and procedures that are available to assist victims of tax-related identity theft. We will also provide an overview of the IRS's efforts to combat identity theft and the steps that it has taken to protect taxpayers.


Identity Theft Overview
  • The Scale of the Problem
  • Common and Current Schemes
  • Data Breach Update
Identity Theft Trends and Updates
  • A Macro View of Identity Theft Refund Fraud Statistics
  • How to Recognize Tax-Related ID Theft
  • Current IRS Programs
  • Legislative Update
Preventing, Detecting, and Combating Identity Theft
  • The IRS Approach to the Problem
  • The Tools and Programs That Are Available to Taxpayers
  • Best Practices to Prevent Identity Theft
  • Victim Assistance and the Steps That That Taxpayer or Tax Professional Should Take to Fix an Identity Theft
About The Presenter

Jason Freeman
  • Managing member in the office of Freeman Law, PLLC
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of federal tax law and white-collar defense
  • Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous areas related to federal tax law, international taxation, the voluntary disclosure program, criminal tax representation, and tax litigation
  • Wrote several publications related to international taxation, partnership tax audits, IRS penalty defense, and federal taxation
  • Professor of law at Southern Methodist University School of Law; Editorial Board and Tax Topic columnist for Today’s CPA Magazine; president of North Texas Chapter of American Academy of Attorney-CPAs; tax council member, State Bar of Texas; executive board member of TSCPA
  • Recognized multiple times by D Magazine as one of the “Best Lawyers in Dallas” for Tax Law
  • J.D. degree, with high honors, University of Texas School of Law; M.B.A. and B.B.A. degree, University of Texas School of Law
Impact And Prevention Of Tax Identity Theft
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