Tax guide

What is PII (Personally Identifiable Information)?

Personally identifiable information (PII) is any information that can be used to authenticate your identity. This includes social security numbers, passwords, tax ID numbers, credit or debit card numbers, date of birth, prior-year AGI, and so on.

You can never be too careful about protecting your PII. Make sure that websites you share PII on have security measures in place, like two-step verification and encryption certifications.

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