IRS Warns of Potential Fraud as Tax Extension Deadline Approaches
WESLACO – The IRS is warning taxpayers who filed an extension for the October 15 deadline.
The agency advises to be on the lookout for fake phone calls and emails claiming to be from the IRS.
It is advised not to respond and give any personal information.
If you have received calls like this, you can report it to the Treasury hotline at 800-366-4484.
Watch the video above for more information.
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