University statement on Tax Return Fraud investigation
“It disappoints me to think any of our students could be involved. We will assist the investigation in any way we can. If necessary, our students will be held accountable by not only the judicial system but the University as well.”
If you believe someone has used your information to file a fraudulent tax return or identity theft questions, please contact the Internal Revenue Service locally at (651) 312-8088 or call 800-908-4490.
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