Tax Season

Tax Season – IBM Warns of Trickbot Malware

April 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Tax season is coming to an end. But that is no reason to let your guard down. Beware Trickbot!...

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Tax season is scam season. Cyber criminals are using tried and true and a few new tricks to rip you off....

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Tax Season 2019 -Paying with Privacy

March 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

Free online tax service are collecting your financial data to use in advertising....

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There are lot of ways that the IRS can figure out your income. In addition to your W-2 and 1099 the IRS also receives information from your bank and other financial institutions and your credit...

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Tax Season 2018 – What the IRS Won’t Do!

February 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

To keep from becoming a victim during tax season you have to know whats happening. Dealing with the IRS is rarely fun. So you need to know what to do when you hear from them....

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Tax season is scam season. It is also a good time to talk to elderly people about their tax returns. In the age of the Internet, email and smartphones older people to get confused and...

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Tax Season 2017 -Who’s Doing Your Taxes?

March 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Tax season is scam season and the cyber crooks are trying every possible trick to get your money. African-Americans, people of color, senior citizens and immigrants are especially targeted. Why? Because we are not educating...

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Tax Season 2017 – Fighting Identity Theft

March 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are two seasons that cyber criminals celebrate; Christmas and tax season. African-Americans should understand that protecting themselves during this time is especially critical  A 2011 Federal Trade Commission national fraud survey revealed that African-Americans were...

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If you are not doing your own taxes you better make damn sure the person you pay to do them knows what they are doing!  The tax payer is ultimately responsible for any false claims,...

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In a devastating admission the IRS has announced the number of taxpayers PINs compromised has doubled again. In May of 2015 the IRS announced that there were 114,000 breached accounts. Then, in August, it added...

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