Phishing Scam Alert
The University of Louisville does not ask employees via email to update personal information by calling or with a clickable, non-secure outside link. Phishing scam email messages, appearing to be from firstname.lastname@example.org, have been sent to some employees. This is not a legitimate University message. If you are concerned about a suspicious email, please contact your Tier One or the IT Help Desk at helpdesk.louisville.edu or (502)852-7997.
Tax Return Fraud Information
It’s Tax season, and Fraudsters are out there!
Tax related identity theft occurs when someone uses your Social Security Number to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund. This is happening across the country, and we are aware of a small number of cases where this has happened to U of L employees this year.
First of all, file a police report with Jeff Jewell the U of L police department: 502-852-6111
Call the IRS’ Identity theft line: 800-908-4490
Go to the IRS Identity theft website for suggestions
Download IRS Publication 4535
Complete IRS Form #14039 to submit with your return
Report to Kentucky Department of Revenue: 502-564-6945 or 502-564-4266
We have no reason to believe that this is widespread, but want our employees to know what to do if it happens to them.
- K-4 and WH-4 State withholding forms available through online self-service
- Changing your state tax information is now easy and convenient!
- Payroll Services is pleased to announce the online K-4 and WH-4 self-service forms. You can now update your state tax information via self-service. Here are the instructions to do this.
Services connected to employee compensation include viewing pay stubs and W-2 information on-line, access to tax-related forms and information, and other services.