How to prevent identity fraud at tax time

April 6, 2015
Emma Ogutu

Calculating your tax bill is an unpleasant and sometimes complicated process for many Americans.  But even more frustrating is paying your taxes to what you think is the IRS, only to discover later that you’ve been a victim of fraud. Michael Sonnenblick discusses some ways to identify a tax-related fraud.   Read the article in the USA Today.

 

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