A new Medicare card is coming, one that will no longer display a cardholder’s Social Security number.
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Identity theft can take many forms and affect many people, but it’s especially troubling when it happens to young adults.
As explained on TV and on Capitol Hill this week, complex issues surround death reporting on local, state, and Federal levels
As you gather your W-2 forms and apply for the appropriate credits, it’s become equally important to protect yourself from the emerging threat of tax identity theft.
Someone recently went “phishing” for personal information, but an observant citizen didn’t take the bait and reported the new email scheme.
He became someone else—with a new name, date of birth, and Social Security number—to escape a troubled past.
Are you ready for tax season? If you haven’t heard about tax identity theft, you may not be.
It is up to each Social Security beneficiary to help prevent identity theft and benefit fraud by closely guarding personally identifiable information.
Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn reacts to an OIG report on the integrity of SSA's death records.
We field questions every single day from the public about identity theft. Here are some common questions and helpful links.