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The Ohio attorney general says that complaints about IRS imposters doubled in March of 2016.  As we get closer to deadline this year, be careful to verify any caller who may pose as an IRS representative.  

In IRS scams, thieves call unsuspecting consumers and claim the person is in trouble with the IRS and must call a particular phone number -- not the IRS -- for instructions on what to do. When the consumer makes that call, he's told he must pay supposed back taxes on the spot or else face going to jail. In other cases, the thieves are only trying to extract personal information, such as a Social Security number, date of birth or other identifying information.

The IRS never calls anyone on the phone and demands immediate payment with a debit card or wire transfer, even in legitimate cases where there are back taxes due. Genuine IRS agents offer the opportunity to contest the amount supposedly owed. And consumers are never threatened with jail.

Read the full article here:  http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2016/03/complaints_about_irs_imposters.html

Our CPA firm is currently seeking a full time Bookkeeper to join our team.  Our bookkeepers are responsible for maintaining an accurate record of business transactions and cash flow through the use of Quickbooks.  Bookkeepers are expected to create income statements, manage balance sheets and oversee the financial transactions of multiple clients.

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