08 Apr The IRS will not call you
The IRS will NOT call you for money. IRS scams, including phone calls, are on the rise 400%. If the IRS needs to reach you or needs anymore of your money, the agency will snail mail you. Let me repeat – the IRS will NOT call you. Do not give out any personal or payment information to anyone claiming to be with the IRS. Watch the CBS News video below on the latest scam – this time they targeted a kid.
A note to HR departments – double and triple check that management request for any employee tax and/or personal information. Share this tip with your family, friends, and employer.
Chief Tipster Dayna Steele
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