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TaxTools integrates a client database with a module library that includes a comprehensive 5-year or 5-scenario Federal/State Tax Planner programmed with the latest federal tax data and data for 49 states—plus over 300 forms, flowcharts, calculators, and worksheets.
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Phishing Tops the Dirty Dozen
The IRS reminds taxpayers to watch out for scams and schemes that put them and their personal information at risk. Each year, the IRS releases the top 12 scams, known as the Dirty Dozen. The schemes run the gamut from simple refund inflation to technical tax shelter deals.
Here’s a recap of this year's Dirty Dozen:
1) Phishing: Taxpayers should watch for fake emails or websites looking to steal personal information. The IRS will never initiate contact with taxpayers via email about a bill or tax refund. Don’t click on links in these emails claiming to be from the IRS.
For the rest of the Dirty Dozen, see IRS Tax Tip 2018-52.
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