1. Guard Your Information
Don't validate your information with anyone who contacts you by email💻 or over the phone📞. The IRS still 
contacts tax payers by snail mail📫, so don't be fooled if someone says they are calling you from the IRS🕴️. They will NEVER call you and ask for SSN or any sensitive information. If someone you don't know calls or emails you for tax information do not respond🚫. 


2. Use Direct Deposit
Having your tax refund deposited directly into your bank account or sent to a mailbox📫 that locks will prevent thieves from stealing your refund checks💸. 

3. File Early
Filing your taxes early📆 makes it harder for fraudsters to file on your behalf and access your tax refund. If you suspect that someone has stolen your identity for employment purposes or to file fraudulent tax return should complete form 14039 and mail or fax it to the appropriate IRS office with the requested forms of identification. 

4.Always use security software
and anti-virus☣️ protections and always update them. Encrypt sensitive files such as tax records you store on your computer. Use strong passwords🔐, 12-15 characters provide more security. IRS Tips

Has anyone ever tried to steal your identity? What did you do to protect yourself? Tell us in the comments below!

We hope you get the most back after working so hard last year! We now offer tax preparation services in our office. Call us at (323)277-2850 to make an appointment in our office to do your taxes. 

Best,

1. Guarda tu información No valide su información con nadie que se comunique con usted por correo electrónico o por teléfono. El IRS todavía contacta a los contribuyentes por correo postal, así que no se deje engañar si alguien dice que le están llamando desde el IRS. Ellos NUNCA le llamarán y pedirán SSN o cualquier información confidencial. Si alguien que no conoce llama o le envía por correo electrónico para obtener información sobre impuestos.
1. Guarda tu información No valide su información con nadie que se comunique con usted por correo electrónico o por teléfono. El IRS todavía contacta a los contribuyentes por correo postal, así que no se deje engañar si alguien dice que le están llamando desde el IRS. Ellos NUNCA le llamarán y pedirán SSN o cualquier información confidencial. Si alguien que no conoce llama o le envía por correo electrónico para obtener información sobre impuestos.

2. Utilice Depósito Directo Tener su restitución de impuestos depositados directamente en su cuenta bancaria o enviados a un buzón que bloquea evitará que los ladrones roben sus cheques de reembolso.
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