• Here's the most important thing you can do to avoid becoming a tax fraud victim

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    There's a new twist on tax return identity theft. The IRS says crooks have been running a successful W-2 email phishing scam operation that has tricked major companies into turning over copies of W-2 forms for all employees through a CEO impersonation scam. The criminals then use that info to file bogus tax returns or sell the breached data online to other criminals, according to the latest IRS warning.

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