Ohio Tax Refunds May Be Delayed – October 31, 2014 by Karen Raghanti

We recently received a notice from the Ohio Department of Taxation (ODT) stating that state tax refunds may be delayed “due to a high number of returns filed using suspected stolen personal IDs that were received during the recent six-month filing extension.”

ODT has added more personnel to assist getting legitimate refunds out in a timely fashion. However, we can expect more refund delays due to fraud concerns, at least from Ohio, as tax filing season begins in January 2015.

Read more at http://www.tax.ohio.gov/IdentityTheft/News.aspx or contact a member of your service team to discuss.

Learn more about what to do if you recently received a tax ID verification letter from the Ohio Department of Taxation.

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