Upon the arrival of tax season, Attorney General Tim Fox wants to warn Montanans about aggressive and sometimes threatening phone calls from scammers impersonating agents of the Internal Revenue Service.
There never seems to be time when someone isn’t trying to fraud someone else out of money or property, but the Montana Department of Justice and Attorney General Tim Fox said right now, the department is seeing a lot of activity with two specific telephone based scams.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A government watchdog says lax oversight by the Internal Revenue Service allowed workers to use agency credit cards to buy wine for an expensive luncheon and, in one case, romance novels, diet pills and baby clothes.
The IRS has issued its annual warning about the "Dirty Dozen" schemes out there—ways that certain disreputable folks will try to steal your money or methods people use to hide financial information from the tax agency.
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