As federal tax refunds land in mailboxes, phone and digital scammers begin working in tandem to separate you from your check...the rest of your money...and the data that can invade your savings, credit and debit accounts.
The last quarter of 2015 has arrived. Three months from now, after the end-of-year holidays, you'll be digging out receipts, tax bills and invoices that will shape your federal tax return. If you're living paycheck-to-paycheck and you need help, it can be expensive. But it need not be.
The Somers Point couple who own the iconic Manco & Manco pizzeria chain have an October 8 sentencing date for skipping federal tax payments, structuring cash to avoid reporting requirements and lying to investigators of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
There's a new scam to be on the lookout for. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) said callers are posing as agents from IRS in an attempt to get your money, and anyone can be a target, especially middle and lower income earners and immigrants.