Here’s how it works: You fill out your federal tax return in late March or early April, and breathe a sigh of relief that your return has been sent to the IRS. Maybe you even anticipate a refund coming your way in a few weeks. Instead, you get a letter from the IRS saying that you’ve already filed your tax return. Not only that, a refund was issued in your name weeks ago. And your IRS account has been frozen. You’ve just become the latest victim of tax return identity theft. Don’t be a victim.
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Fact: The IRS has seen a 400% surge in tax scams so far this tax season. The scams come in the form of email, text and calls.
Warning signs of IRS scammers / what to do www.IRS.gov
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