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Beware of tax scams

The IRS this week issued a consumer alert following ongoing concerns about a series of tax scams and inaccurate advice on social media that have encouraged thousands of taxpayers to file fictitious refund claims this past tax season. The scams involve the Fuel Tax Credit, the Sick and Family Leave Credit and household employment taxes. Suspicious claims have resulted in refund delays and IRS requests for documentation. Taxpayers who erroneously filed for these claims should amend their returns. Taxpayers can visit Should I file an amended return? for more information.

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