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I am submitting this Form 14039 for myself IRS Notice CP 2000 or other IRS Notice questioning income follow the instructions on that IRS Notice or Letter. Signature of taxpayer or representative conservator parent or guardian Catalog Number 52525A www.irs.gov Date signed Form 14039 Rev. 4-2016 Page 2 Section F Representative conservator parent or guardian information Required if completing Form 14039 on someone else s behalf 1. Form 14039 April 2016 Department of the Treasury - Internal...
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Who needs an IRS Form 14039?

A person should complete the IRS Form 14039, which is the Identity Theft Affidavit if they are an actual or potential victim of identity theft and would like the IRS to mark their account to identify questionable activity.

What is the IRS Form 14039 for?

This form should be submitted in two specific situations:

  • in response to a mailed notice or letter from the IRS;
  • on behalf of another person, such as a deceased spouse or other deceased relative (Sections A, B, and D should be filled out).

With the 14039 filing, you provide a statement of the identity theft which affected your federal tax records or a statement of an event involving your personal information that may at some future time affect your federal tax records.

In any case, you will need to describe your problem, explaining the reasons of your apprehension. The IRS will review your appeal and take action based on the information provided by you.

Is the IRS Form 14039 accompanied by other forms?

You should submit one clearly legible copy of at least one of the following documents to verify your identity:

  • Passport;
  • Driver’s Licence;
  • Social Security Card;
  • Other valid U.S. Federal or State government issued identification.

When is IRS Form 14039 due?

You can file this affidavit at any time when it becomes necessary.

How do I fill out IRS Form 14039?

This short form consists of only two pages. You will need to enter your personal information, indicate the reasons that prompted you to apply to the IRS, as well as indicate the person you represent if this is the case.

Where do I send the IRS Form 14039?

There are three ways to send a document via mail and two via fax. Each of the methods depends on the specifics of your case.

For the final destination address of an IRS 14039, you should look through the last page of the form.

Hey guys welcome to my blog my name is Julie today what I want to talk about is drop in tax money basically you're probably aware that drop has been really popular the last few years they're usually filing taxes with dead people's Social Security numbers or even the elderly but I guess this year people got really greedy and started using anybody's Social Security numbers because mine was used um how I found out was I use TurboTax calm and when I try to do my efile I got a rejection error saying that typically a social security number was already used TurboTax gave me instructions to call the IRS just to make sure and I called their fraud hotline the number I will post below and basically the IRS confirmed that somebody did try to file taxes with my social security number and they did ask me for my bank information what job I had last year basically think little things like that and they realized that you know it wasn't me and they gave me full instructions of what to do it's a pain in the butt but to be honest with you I finished everything in about two hours it's just a lot of being put on hold and scanning pretty much that's it but to give you an idea you do have to first call the IRS and make sure that it really did happen because sometimes it could be a mistake on TurboTax or like any kind of tax preparation program a lot of people didn't have comments that nobody had used there social security number but after you confirm with them you're gonna have to call the Federal Trade Commission and report with them the Social Security Administration and then one of the three credit bureaus whether it's Equifax Experian or TransUnion it's just one because they let the other to know basically what you're going to do is put like a 90-day alert fraud alert on your an account and then what you're gonna have to do is mail in your w-2 your paper tax returns copies of at least two forms of identification including passport social security number or your driver's license and then what you're gonna have to do is go on the IRS website and download form one four zero three nine which is an identity theft form and you're gonna have to fill that out and send that in and basically you're gonna have to mail it it's gonna take longer to get your tax money back I mean you're probably looking at at least six weeks to two months but the good news is you gonna get your return back and hopefully they catch whoever just in it but anyways I will put all the information below and what I'm going to do is give you the phone numbers but you can also do certain things online like for example Equifax what I did was I went to Equifax calm while I was on hold because it was taking forever and they actually had a form that I could fill out and send it so I will provide that link and then also for the Social Security Administration they also have a website the inspector general website I'll look it up and post it for you guys and you can also fill that online as well and one thing I...
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