Attorney General Consumer Alert - IRS Scams & Tax-Related ID Theft

IRS Scams & Tax-Related ID Theft

March is a peek month for IRS tax scams.  The attached alert provides tips on how to avoid common scams currently targeting Michigan consumers and what to do if the IRS notifies you, after you file your taxes, that a return has already been filed in your name.  "IRS Scams & Tax-Related Theft" is also available on the Attorney General's website under "Consumer Alerts."

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