IRS warns about “dirty dozen” tax scams

Adam Kazmierski | E+ | Getty Images

Adam Kazmierski | E+ | Getty Images

The IRS is warning the public to be aware and it’s out with its “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams for 2015. Topping the list: aggressive and threatening phone scams. The agency says to be wary of callers posing as IRS agents, threatening to have the taxpayers licences revoked, deported, or even arrested. The IRS says never give out money or personal information.

Read the full list of scams here.

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