“Don’t be fooled by callers pretending to be from the IRS in an attempt to steal your money,” John Koskinen, commissioner of the IRS, said in a prepared statement. “We continue to say if you are surprised to be hearing from us, then you’re not hearing from us.”
“Don’t be fooled by callers pretending to be from the IRS in an attempt to steal your money,” John Koskinen, commissioner of the IRS, said in a prepared statement. “We continue to say if you are surprised to be hearing from us, then you’re not hearing from us.” Handout Tribune Content Agency
“Don’t be fooled by callers pretending to be from the IRS in an attempt to steal your money,” John Koskinen, commissioner of the IRS, said in a prepared statement. “We continue to say if you are surprised to be hearing from us, then you’re not hearing from us.” Handout Tribune Content Agency

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