PITTSBURGH (AP) – A former U.S. Army sergeant has pleaded guilty to using hacked information from four University of Pittsburgh Medical Center employees to file false tax returns seeking IRS refunds. 127 more words
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I have read (Yes, I still read newspapers!) that taxpayers have been much slower in filing their returns this year. I would not speculate on whether that is because they are following the lead of our Tax-Avoider-Sleazy-Business-Man-in-Chief (Sorry, that’s as objective as I can get.) or a response to recent tax reform that gives above-mentioned Tax-Avoider-Sleazy-Business-Man-in-Chief and his cronies tax savings that we on the lower end of the economic scale could never hope for, or because the IRS, which historically has not been celebrated for its customer service, has recently enjoyed staff cuts. 2,205 more words
» IRS Reveals Potential Security Breach Hacking Almost 100,000 Student Aid Applicants | State of Arizona Phone Lookup
Unknown hackers could possible stole personal information of almost 100,000 who applied for the financial aid from the federal program Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which the IRS discovered lately.