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What should you do when you suspect fraud? Play this one minute video to find out.
WASHINGTON, D.C. –Tax filing season began Tuesday, with a warning from the IRS.
The scam calls start with a threat from someone claiming to be from the IRS demanding money. “You need to pay just $1,989.44,” a voice on the phone says.
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) urges taxpayers to remain on “High Alert” and has announced additional outreach efforts to prevent them from falling victim to criminals who impersonate Internal Revenue Service and Treasury employees this filing season.