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Identity Theft Less Common But Still on the IRS' "Dirty Dozen" List March 20, 2019

Identity Theft Less Common But Still on the IRS' "Dirty Dozen" List, Greensboro, North Carolina

It’s good news to learn that thanks to cybersecurity advances there has been a significant reduction in identity theft. However, the IRS warns taxpayers not to get complacent and includes this crime on its “Dirty Dozen” list of scams to beware of this tax season. Our most recent blog provides advice for avoiding identity theft as published in a recent IRS Taxpayer Advisory.

Your CPA at Sharrard, McGee & Co., PA can advise you on the best way to keep your crucial financial information safe during tax season and throughout the year. Call us at (336) 884-0410 in High Point or (336) 272-9777 in Greensboro.

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