Fighting tax-related identity theft is a high priority for TaxAct. We have been working diligently with the IRS, commonwealth regulators and other tax software providers to place new security measures we canful utilise to deter such fraudulent activity. As piece of that ongoing process, we recently discovered suspicious activity related to your TaxAct account.We hold concluded that an unauthorized third party accessed your TaxAct account between November 10 and december 4, 2015. We have no evidence that any TaxAct system has been compromised and believe the third party used username and password combinations obtained from sources outside of our have system. In order to stopover this unauthorized access, we have temporarily disabled your account.What information was involved? In addition to your username and password, we have reviewed our website logs for account activity after this attempted access, and found that the assess return(s) stored in your account may get been opened or printed. These documents may contain your name and Social certificate number, and may also contain your address, drivers license number, and bank account information.