Scam Update, 2017

November 29, 2017

As we’ve said before, here and when you call us, the IRS almost always contacts you via mail. That’s US Postal Service mail, not email.

There are a few exceptions to the rule, when they might come to your house, but only when there is a serious problem such as an overdue bill or return (that they would already have notified you about previously), but they do not as a rule initiate contact by calling you on the phone.

This is the link to an IRS Tip which explains in detail how you can tell the difference between a legitimate IRS Agent and a Scammer:  IRS Info on Scams

Call us any time if you have any questions about IRS inquiries, we are here to help.

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