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Report Phishing and Online Scams

The IRS doesn't initiate contact with taxpayers by email, text messages or social media channels to request personal or financial information. This includes requests for PIN numbers, passwords or similar access information for credit cards, banks or other financial accounts.Use tab to go to the next focusable element What is phishing? What to do if you receive…
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Cybersecurity Awareness Month (October)

Got an unexpected email about a tax refund? It’s not from us: #IRS does NOT email taxpayers out of the blue. Watch out for scams: www.irs.gov/alerts #TaxSecurity #CybersecurityAwarenessMonth Got a DM? #IRS does NOT contact taxpayers through social media requesting personal or financial information. See: www.irs.gov/alerts #TaxSecurity #CybersecurityAwarenessMonth #IRS will never initiate contact with you…
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What Taxpayers Should Know About the New Form 104

Postcard-size tax-filing form will be effective in the 2019 filing season changes. Taxpayers will the change when they file their 2018 federal income tax returns next year. The Internal Revenue Service announced plans to streamline the Form 1040 into a shorter, simpler form for the 2019 filing season. A draft of the new form shows a much s much…
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Tips to Keep in Mind on Income Taxes and Selling a Home

IRS Summertime Tax Tip 2017 Homeowners may qualify to exclude from their income all or part of any gain from the sale of their main home. Below are tips to keep in mind when selling a home: Ownership and Use. To claim the exclusion, the homeowner must meet the ownership and use tests. This means…
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