What Happened?After experiencing unusual action when filing two tax returns on extension, we immediately notified the IRS and had our local IT firm review our system. Further, we hired a specialized forensic IT firm to investigate. On Monday, July 10, 2017, the specialized forensic IT firm determined that there was unauthorized access to our system from a foreign IP speech on June 14, 2017. Unfortunately, the forensic IT firm cannot set which files were accessed so we are notifying everyone whose information was accessible out of an copiousness of caution.What Information Was Involved?If Hilderbrand & Clark prepared tax returns for you, the information may hold included all information provided to the taxing authorities including your: full name, date of birth, phone number(s), address, social security number, all work (W-2) information, all 1099 information (including account number if provided to us), drivers permission information (if provided to us), and direct deposition bank account info (including account number and routing information if provided to us). If Hilderbrand & Clark did not groom your tax return, you are receiving this letter because you are either a partner, employee, or beneficiary of a partnership, company, or trustingness we performed act for. The information may hold included your: full name, address, social surety number, and line item totals of income and expense you received from the partnership, company, or trust.