The latest tax scam delivers a usually snail-mailed IRS notice via email, complete with a fake request for an Obamacare payment.
The pervasive IRS impersonation tax scam keeps growing. With school set to resume, scam targets now are students, who are urged to pay a fake federal student tax.
Despite assurances that the IRS will send taxpayers letters before calling them, some auditors have been calling individuals unannounced. That’s changing.
The latest telephone tax scam wants targeted victims to send the calling crooks iTunes gift cards. The IRS might like music, but it wants money.
Tax con artists tend to rely on tricks they’ve tried in past years. But regardless of whether the tax scam is old or new, don’t be fooled by these 12 scams.
Use tax software? Then you could be a target of phishing scams seeking to steal your identity this filing season.
A new law requiring the IRS to use private bill collectors to bring in overdue tax bills could make it easier for tax scammers.
Don’t fall for the ever-growing telephone tax scam. The caller on the other end of the line probably is a con artist, not an IRS agent.
Federal investigators wrapped up a two-year investigation into a tax-debt relief company with a settlement that should help repay some of the money lost by taxpayers.
A phishing scheme to steal identities by using EFTPS is once again showing up in email boxes.