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Having IRS Problems Gets Old! We Can Help!
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Stay Alert...It’s Always Fraud Season
Thousands of U.S. taxpayers have fallen victim to scammers that claim to be IRS agents. The U.S. Treasury has received over 90,000 complaints from people who have been misled by a sophisticated phone scam. These scammers are clever, and they convince their victims that they owe taxes and must pay them with a prepaid debit card or wire transfer. The “agents” are authoritative and use threats and fear tactics including arrest, deportation and loss of the victim’s driver’s license if they refuse to pay. These imposters are also armed with caller identification software that makes it look like the call is coming from the IRS. They will frequently have the last 4 digits of the victim’s Social Security number, along with other personal information. The fake agents back up their deception with follow-up calls that appear to originate from the state Department of Motor Vehicles (if the driver’s license was threatened) or the police. They will also send emails with the IRS insignia and the signatures of real IRS officials. Here’s what you need to know. If you owe taxes, the IRS will contact you by U.S. mail, not by phone or email. They will never ask for payment by debit card or wire transfer, and they will never ask you to provide a credit card number over the phone. The IRS does not request personal or financial information by email, text or social media. Keep these simple rules in mind to avoid becoming a victim. You can call and report an incident to the Treasury Inspector General of Tax Administration at 1-800-366-4484. #Dallas #Tax #Attorney #NickNemeth
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Tax-filing season is months away, but the time to start planning is now. Until the end of the year, you have time to take steps to significantly cut your tax bill.

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Here are three things you can do right now that will make the upcoming tax season much easier for you.

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Increasingly, if you appear to be hiding something, it can spell the difference between a tax bill or penalties and jail time.

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Supporters of the bill say it would give states a $23 billion influx of revenue from taxes that are already owed, but rarely paid, and level the playing field between online and brick-and-mortar companies. But opponents say the measure would serve as a de facto tax increase, taking $23 billion out of the economy, and would burden smaller retailers.

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The IRS offers the following five warning signs to tell if a call you receive is a fake. Any one of these five things is a sign of a scam. The IRS will never:

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"We're warning the public: Don't fall for this. The IRS is not going to call you and threaten arrest," said Lee.

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Every now and then the Department of the Treasury and IRS surprise us with taxpayer-friendly legislation that addresses pervasive retirement income planning concerns.
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