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TAX FRAUD ALERTS.

There is no such thing as a free lunch! However, the hard sell is often difficult to pass up--so advise your clients to seek expert advice before subscribing to any scheme that offers instant wealth or exemption from paying taxes.

To help you out, the IRS criminal investigation division has developed a Web page summarizing trust schemes, Social Security hoaxes, tax refund scams and more, as well as details on what you can do about them. Visit the page at www.treas.gov/ irs/ci/tax_fraud/index.htm.
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