Tax scams come in two major varieties: ID theft, whereby criminals file fraudulent tax returns, and tax scams, where callers convince victims they owe taxes and collect payment information. Fraudulent tax returns usually cost taxpayer victims only time lost, whereas money paid to scammers posing as IRS agents is most often gone for good. The… Read More

In 2014, 150 million taxpayers dutifully filed their federal income tax returns.¹ And all of them made decisions about deductions and credits—whether they knew it or not. When you take the time to learn more about how it works, you may be able to put the tax code to work for you. A good place… Read More