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IRS Warns Taxpayers to Avoid Illegal Schemes March 22, 2019

IRS Warns Taxpayers to Avoid Illegal Schemes, Greensboro, North Carolina

As the IRS continues to share its “Dirty Dozen” list of the most prevalent tax scams to avoid this season, the most recent Taxpayer Advisory focuses on schemes involving falsifying income and creating bogus documents. Our blog today shares the details of this advisory. 

https://www.sharrardmcgee.com/blog.php

The best way to avoid tax scams is to work with a professional CPA like your team at Sharrard, McGee & Co., PA, who ensure that you follow the often confusing and changing tax laws while minimizing your tax liability. Call us at (336) 884-0410 in High Point and (336) 272-9777 in Greensboro. 

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