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 February 13, 2014  Posted by  Breaches

Phillip Rawls of Associated Press reports:

Alabama is taking a new approach to protecting taxpayers against crooks filing fraudulent income tax returns using stolen identifies.

The state Department of Revenue said those filing their individual and joint tax returns electronically should include their driver’s license number or non-driver’s license number and their date of birth. That applies to the Form 40 long tax return, the Form 40-A short return, and Form 40-NR for non-residents.

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