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Cheyenne Residents Sentenced For Tax Fraud

A pair of Cheyenne residents and an Arizona woman have been sentenced in federal court for tax fraud and obstruction of justice.

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IRS: Don’t Panic

An Internal Revenue Service spokeswoman says the worst thing last-minute tax filers can do is panic.

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IRS Warns Of Tax Scams

Internal Revenue Service spokeswoman Karen Connelly is warning people about several scams being reported this tax season.

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IRS Offers Last Minute Filing Advice

Connelly also reminds taxpayers that they can file for an extension beyond April 15th using form 4868.

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Cheyenne Woman Sentenced For Tax Evasion, Fraud

Deborah Hill has also been ordered to pay $172, 270 in restitution after she filed returns which understated her income by over $180,000 for tax years 2009 through 2012.

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IRS: No Sure Way To Avoid An Audit

Karen Connelly says a certain number of returns are selected at random every year for review and there is no way to be certain yours won't be one of them.

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Phony IRS Scams Reported In Cheyenne

Connelly says one common scam reported in Cheyenne recently has featured phony agents contacting people by telephone and demanding immediate payment.

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IRS Offers Guidance On Social Security Benefits

She says people filing on line with the IRS ''Free File" program can automatically find out whether their benefits are taxable income.

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Delinquent Taxes Scam Reported

The IRS will not suddenly call you up and demand payment of phony back taxes

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IRS Warns Of Identity Theft Scams

One of the best and simplest steps to protect yourself from identity theft is to be very skeptical about people wanting your Social Security number.

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