How to Spot a Tax Scam Before You Get Got | Credit.com
Happy tax season! Not only do you have to make sure you get everything together you need to file your taxes on time and accurately, you have to deal with people trying to capitalize on your stress.
I’m talking about the “IRS” — not the real Internal Revenue Service, but the slew of people impersonating the IRS in an attempt to steal your money and personal information. Scammers bank on your desire to not get in trouble with the IRS, but their tactics are full of signs that you’re not dealing with a legitimate representative of the government.