Avoiding Fraud and Hackers In 2020: Part I

Every tax season, scammers and fraudsters try to gain access to our personal data at a higher rate than other times of the year. Whether through fraudulent emails, fake phone calls, or hacking into computer or connected systems, it seems like there is a never-ending stream of attacks in the news. It’s more important than … Continued →

Avoiding Tax and Identity Fraud

Identity theft related to tax fraud has decreased by an estimated two-thirds since 2015, according to a report from the IRS. Despite the increase in enforcement activities, thousands of taxpayers fall victim to scams every year. Read our last post on 2019 Dirty Dozen Tax Scams. Businesses are not immune to tax fraud or identity … Continued →

2019 Dirty Dozen Tax Scams

Tax fraud happens year-round, but during tax season fraud scams are at an all-time high. With every tax season comes an increase in tax fraud occurrences. Sometimes taxpayers themselves are to blame. Unscrupulous paid tax preparers can also be responsible for inflating deductions and falsifying returns. And of course, fraudsters do their best every tax … Continued →

Four Reasons to File Your Taxes Early

  It’s almost March 15th, which means one more month until your taxes are due. Have you filed your returns? Or do you typically wait until the last minute? If you’re among the estimated 20 percent of procrastinating taxpayers who file in the last two weeks leading up to the April deadline, here are four … Continued →