People across the country say they're being taxed for benefits they never received.
You'll know if you were a victim of fraud if you get a 1099G form in the mail that's not applicable to you.
If this happens, you should report it.
But the IRS says you likely won't receive a corrected form in time to file this year's taxes.
If that's the case, the IRS says to ignore the 1099G form for now.