A major company putting the brakes on a popular tax-filing software due to concerns over fraud.
FOX News Radio's Jared Halpern reports:
Utah's Tax Commission is getting calls from tax filers wondering why the state is asking for verification information.
(Roberts) "And they told us, we haven't even filed our taxes."
Department spokesperson Charlie Roberts says other inconsistencies popped up, other states reporting similar concerns as well. So, TurboTax has stopped transmitting state tax returns.
The company says an initial exam does not point to a data breach and they believe the information used to fraudulently file returns came from an outside source.
TurboTax customers can still file federal tax returns and the company hopes to restart state filings soon.
Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.