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As a tax pro, it’s your job to know what’s best for your clients, and that involves more than filing tax forms. Your clients may have other concerns, especially when they are in trouble with the IRS, and they’re counting on your sound advice.
Scammers beware. In late July the Justice Department said it has broken up what appeared to be the nation’s first large-scale, multinational telephone fraud operation.
IRS tax forms just get longer and more detailed, don’t they? Just when we become proficient, it seems things become more complicated.
The IRS has a message for tax preparers. They recently shared a concern about a rise in identity theft attempts against employers.
Three times in three years, and it continues to be modified annually: that’s how often the Internal Revenue Service has changed Form 2848.