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The Form 14039 affidavit should be filed if the taxpayer attempts to file an electronic tax return and the IRS rejects it because a return bearing the taxpayer's Social Security number already has been filed. Or, it should be filed if the IRS instructs the taxpayer to do so.
Filing Form 14039, Identity Theft Affidavit It can be completed online, printed and attached to a paper tax return for mailing to the IRS. Or taxpayers may complete the form online at the Federal Trade Commission and the FTC will electronically transfer the Form 14039 \u2013 but not the tax return \u2013 to the IRS.
Within 30 days after the IRS gets your Form 14039, you'll get a letter telling you that the IRS received your affidavit. During this time, the IRS may ask you to prove your identity, typically with letter 5071C.
Mail Form 14039 to this address: Internal Revenue Service, Stop C2003, Fresno, CA 93888. You may also need to file a police report and a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission on their website if you're a victim of tax return fraud.
When you are filing Form 14039 because someone else used your SSN or your dependent's SSN to file a return, attach the Identity Theft Affidavit to your tax return and send it to the address where you normally file your tax return.
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The IRS sends these identity verification letters to taxpayers after receiving an e-filed/paper-filed tax return, before processing a refund. Sometimes this is to randomly verify identification as a measure to prevent identity theft and to test and strengthen IRS internal controls.
The IRS takes identity theft seriously and is committed to resolving identity theft cases as quickly as possible and are taking steps to reduce this timeframe to 120 days or less. You will be contacted when your case is resolved.
Mail Form 14039 to this address: Internal Revenue Service, Stop C2003, Fresno, CA 93888. You may also need to file a police report and a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission on their website if you're a victim of tax return fraud.
When you are filing Form 14039 because someone else used your SSN or your dependent's SSN to file a return, attach the Identity Theft Affidavit to your tax return and send it to the address where you normally file your tax return.
The Form 14039 affidavit should be filed if the taxpayer attempts to file an electronic tax return and the IRS rejects it because a return bearing the taxpayer's Social Security number already has been filed. Or, it should be filed if the IRS instructs the taxpayer to do so.

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