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IRS scams to look out for

Marketplace Weekend Staff Jun 20, 2014
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Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean that scammers are taking a break. And just because Tax Day is in the rearview mirror doesn’t mean the IRS isn’t figuring into some of these scams. Marketplace Money guest host David Lazarus is joined by Cameron Huddleston, a contributing editor at Kiplinger.com, to talk about what to watch out for in the latest set of criminal schemes.

Callers claiming to be IRS agents. The IRS initiates contact with taxpayers by mail, not by phone. If you get a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS, don’t reveal any personal information or credit-card information because the IRS doesn’t ask for payments over the phone. Instead, hang up and call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 to see if an agent has a legitimate need to contact you.

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