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IT'S TAX (ID THEFT) SEASON
01/30/2015

Tax-related identity theft was the most common form of identity theft reported to the Federal Trade Commission in 2014, while the number of complaints from consumers about criminals impersonating IRS officials was nearly 24 times more than in 2013, according to FTC statistics. The FTC, along with the Department of Veterans' Affairs, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, the AARP, and other partners held a series of events this week designed to educate consumers about these issues as part of 'Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week'. In addition to the events, a full array of information for consumers about these issues are available on the web at the FTC website. Consumers will find blog posts, publications and information they can use as well as share with friends and colleagues to help spread the word about tax identity theft and IRS impersonation scams... HIGHLIGHTED EVENT: Are you an investor looking for an opportunity to learn from the best and brightest in the investing world? Attend the AAII 2015 Investor Conference ...

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