Tag Archives: Taxpayer

Professional Tax Preparers – You Need A Written Information Security Plan, Says the IRS and FTC

Tax season soon will soon be upon us and many not-so-eager taxpayers will share sensitive personal information about themselves, their dependents, their employees, and others with their trusted professional tax preparers for processing. What many of these preparers might not realize is that federal law and a growing number of state laws obligate them to … Continue Reading

Identity Theft is the First of the IRS’ “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams of 2016

Each year at the beginning of tax season, the IRS releases the “Dirty Dozen,” a list of twelve tax scams to be mindful of when individuals are filing their taxes.  This list is something to consider sharing with colleagues or friends within your organization. The first member of the 2016 Dirty Dozen is identity theft. Tax-related … Continue Reading
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