Report working families tax credit fraud.
If you suspect Working Families Tax Credit fraud, please use this form to report the activity. Include as much detail as possible. You may submit anonymously, but documentation and supporting evidence are helpful to investigations.
Below are some examples of Working Families Tax Credit fraud that should be reported to the department as soon as possible:
- Applicants who did not live in WA State for at least 183 days.
- Applicants who fraudulently claimed a spouse or qualifying child.
- Applicants who claimed less income than they earned.
- An application filed using stolen identity.
- Knowledge of anyone soliciting, phishing for, or obtaining identities to file for the Working Families Tax Credit.
- Suspicion of false or fictious material or websites purportedly offering Working Families Tax Credit information or services.
Fraud is a crime that hurts all Washingtonians. We are committed to safeguarding the integrity of the Working Families Tax Credit Program and protecting the identities of those who apply for the credit.