Small Business Taxes & Management

Special Report

How the IRS Contacts Taxpayers


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Gotten one of those scam calls from someone claiming to be from the IRS? Often they're demanding money and threaten some sort of action if you don't respond quickly. Despite what you think, that's not the way the IRS works. Or they may be looking for personal information such as birthdates, social security numbers, etc. That's not the way the IRS contacts taxpayers. The article below will help you avoid becoming a victim of scammers who pretend to be from the IRS with a goal of stealing personal information. Here are some facts about how the IRS communicates with taxpayers:


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