Now is the time of year when scam artists are trying to separate you from your money by using income taxes.
Remember, the IRS will never send you an email asking for personal information. Also, beware of accountants who use inflated numbers or fake information to get you a bigger tax refund so that they can ‘share the wealth.’ No matter who prepares your tax return, you sign it and are ultimately responsible. Claiming deductions or credits you are not entitled to is fraudulent.
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Source: Money Talks News. Watch the video here.