The Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee is recommending ways for the Internal Revenue Service to combat tax fraud and identity theft with better cybersecurity.

Members of ETAAC represent various segments of the tax community, including tax practitioners and preparers, consumer advocates, state governments and tax software developers. During its annual public meeting Wednesday, the committee released its annual report to the IRS and Congress, providing a number of recommendations for improving security and curbing identity theft-related tax fraud.

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