IRS allows truncated taxpayer ID numbers in effort to curb identity theft

01/4/2013 | JournalofAccountancy.com

To curb identity theft, the Internal Revenue Service has issued proposed regulations that allow taxpayers to use truncated tax identity numbers, instead of Social Security numbers, individual taxpayer identification numbers, or adoption taxpayer identification numbers on certain payee statements. The IRS introduced a pilot program in 2009.

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