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Lookout for Tax Scams

Protecting your financial and personal information to avoid scams is always a concern and according to IRS spokesperson Richard Panick it is even more important during tax season.
Click here to listen to Richard Panick

Many identity scams involve the use of email to gain access to your personal and financial information.
Click here to listen to Richard Panick

Panick says the IRS is also warning against tax preparer fraud, false wages and expense claims, seminars promising “free money” refunds, and misuse of trusts to avoid paying taxes.

For more information on tax scams and tax preparation advice vistt the IRS.gov

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