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  1. What To Do When You Fall For an Email Scam

    Falling for an email scam is something that can happen to anyone. It’s a frightening
    concept, and one that frequently results in undiluted panic. Also known as a phishing
    scam, an email scam involves using email and fraudulent websites to steal sensitive
    information such as passwords, credit card numbers, account data, addresses, and
    more.

  2. MT Roots

    Have you logged into Montana Roots?

  3. IRS Continues to Urge Taxpayers to Doublecheck Their Withholding

    Here's what you need to know. In February, the Internal Revenue Service released an updated form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate (downloads as a pdf). At the time, the IRS cautioned that if you need to make changes to your withholding for 2018, you complete the form W-4 and submit to your employer as soon as possible: You do not send the form W-4 to the IRS.

  4. IRS Tax Security 101

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  6. New Director of the Montana Department of Revenue

  7. Robots aren't stealing our jobs. They're setting us free.

    You know those doomsday reports about how machines are going to put us all out of work?

    They’re crap.

  8. Scam Alert: IRS Urges Taxpayers to Watch Out for Erroneous Refunds; Beware of Fake Calls to Return Money to a Collection Agency

    These criminals have a new twist on an old scam. After stealing client data from tax professionals and filing fraudulent tax returns, these criminals use the taxpayers' real bank accounts for the deposit.