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Friday, March 6, 2015

Senate Finance Committee to Hold Hearings on "Tax Schemes and Scams"

The Senate Committee on Finance has announced that it will hold hearings on Thursday, March 12 at 10:00 .am. EST on tax scams. The hearings official titled, "Protecting Taxpayers from Schemes and Scams During the 2015 Tax Filing Season" will explore how to protect taxpayers from scams ranging from refund scams to identity theft. The following witnesses are scheduled to testify:

The IRS focused on different "Dirty Dozen" tax scams in information releases (I.R.) issued each business day from January 22-February 6, this year to help taxpayers avoid falling victim to these scams.

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