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Identifying and Avoiding Tax Scams

Paul M. Cathcart, Jr. and Charles R. Platt

4/2/2018

Every year during tax season the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) releases the “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams. With the increased number of data breaches, we encourage our clients to remain vigilant when sharing their personal data and responding to demands for tax payments.

In this article, we present some tips to help you avoid tax scams and identity theft.

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Identifying and Avoiding Tax Scams

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