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Income Tax Problems - Income Tax Telephone Number _____________________________________________________________________________________ By Wasm Jack - http://www.tax-telephone-number.co.uk If you are among those people who are filing for their tax rincome tax telephone number keep in mind that identity thieves are lying in the wait; and the tax season is one time of the year that makes them go crazy! This is because tax returns have all the information the identity thieves require to mess up your life. This includes the golden key to your chest of your most valuable financial secrets: your Social Security number. So be careful with your personal information! It is important to pay your utter most attention to the location where you drop your tax return in the mail. You should never leave it up to the mailman to handle it. Ensure that you place it inside a secured mailbox, more so, one from which the mail will be collected as soon as possible. Actually, it is best to mail your tax return directly at the post office. If you opt to use e-file, ensure that the computer you are using is secure with a firm firewall and antivirus and anti-malware programs that are regularlyupdated. Do not do it using Wi-Fi connections because they are not secure.In the event that you are due a refund, ensure that your mailbox locks. If it doesn't, then it would be best to have your mail sent to the post office, and collect it as soon as it arrives. Also, keep in mind that the IRS does not, under any circumstances, contact people by e-mail. Therefore, if you receive an e-mail claiming to be from the IRS, pay no heed to it - it is just an identity thief who wants to obtain your personal information. The same also goes for telephone calls. If you receive a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS, hang up and call the IRS yourself to confirm if they need to talk to you. It is advisable to keep your tax return and other related documents for seven years. This is because the IRS has three years from your tax-filing date to audit, and another six years to handle a claim. Once the documents have served their purpose, make sure that you shred them. Use a shredder that has a diamond or cross-cut, as opposed to a strip-cut. Strip-cut shredded documents can be pasted back together easily. So… What’s Next ? To learn more about income tax telephone number, Click Here: http://www.tax-telephone- number.co.uk
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