Forbes.com published an article recently, stating that scammers posing as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents have managed to bilk tens of millions of dollars from unsuspecting taxpayers. The scammers inform the residents that some personal information such as a social security number or personal financial information needs to be verified in order for their tax returns to be processed. “Don’t be fooled,” says IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. “The IRS won’t be calling you out of the blue asking you to verify your personal tax information or aggressively threatening you to make an immediate payment.”
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B. Paul Husband, avid horseman, author, tax attorney and legal representative for the entertainment industry.