WARNING: Top Ways Criminals Will Try To Scam You

Tax season is upon us, but it is important to spot these scams and to protect yourself from the following:

1. Verifying Tax Information

2. W2 Scammers

3. Non-Existant Federal Student Tax

4. Phony IRS Emails

5. Phony IRS Phone Calls

What should you do if you suspect a scam?

If you receive a phone call that you think is a scam, hang up! Do not release any personal information over the phone.

If you receive an email you suspect is fraudulent, don’t reply or click any links!

Be sure to report it to the U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (at the TIGTA’s website) or call 1-800-366-4484.


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