Don't Fall For These Last-Minute Tax Season Scams | News & Opinion

PC MAGAZINE | on Mon, Mar 20, 5:00 PM

These scams aim to trick taxpayers into handing over sensitive data such as passwords, Social Security numbers, and bank account or credit card numbers. Taxpayers aren't the only ones looking to cash in this tax filing season. The Internal Revenue Service along with state tax agencies on Friday issued a warning[1] for both tax professionals and taxpayers of phishing scams "requesting last-minute deposit changes for refunds or account updates." "As the 2017 tax filing season winds down to the ...

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