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In light of this year’s National Tax Security Awareness Week (Nov. 29, 2021-Dec. 3, 2021), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Security Summit partners warned both taxpayers and tax professionals alike to raise their levels of awareness during the upcoming holiday and tax seasons.
The IRS and Security Summit partners have taken great measures to protect taxpayers and tax professionals from identity theft since 2015. As a result of these efforts, identity thieves have been forced to adapt their tactics to obtain sensitive information from their victims, and their scams have become more and more devious. In tandem with the ongoing pandemic, this time of year is the perfect storm for criminals to steal financial and personal information. Consequently, individuals should exercise great care while doing their holiday shopping and opening emails and texts.
To prevent identity theft and fraudulent tax returns from being filed, the IRS urges individuals to protect their personal information by following the safety steps introduced in the Security Summit’s “Taxes. Security. Together.” campaign.
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