IRS data leak exposes personal info of 120,000 taxpayers

The Internal Revenue Service has accidentally leaked confidential information for approximately 120,000 taxpayers who filed a form 990-T as part of their tax returns.

IRS Form 990T is used to report ‘unrelated business income’ paid to a tax-exempt entity, such as nonprofits (charities) or IRA and SEP retirement accounts.

This income is commonly derived from sales unrelated to a nonprofit’s core purpose or real estate investments that pay income into an individual retirement account.

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Source: Bleeping Computer