5 Ways You’re Committing Tax Fraud Accidentally

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Tax season is right around the corner and all Americans know how much of a headache the whole process can become. In all fairness, the paperwork and the technicalities can become a challenge for anyone, that is also why most taxpayers are having trouble filling.

But besides having difficulties, some people even end up committing tax fraud by accident. It happens, we are all humans after all, but this excuse isn’t enough for the IRS.

There are some details you should be paying attention to when filling so that you won’t have to wake up to the authorities knocking at your front door.

Look out for these common mistakes that can get you in trouble:

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