The Internal Revenue Services and its partners, in the fight against identity theft, urge computer users to strengthen their passwords.
Consumers should protect themselves against online identity theft and other scams that increase during and linger after the filing season.
Identity theft often starts when someone's personal information is stolen or lost. These are the IRS' top tips to help you avoid becoming the victim of an identity thief.
The Internal Revenue Service is urging taxpayers to be wary of unofficial Web sites that may take on the appearance of the official government Web site at www.irs.gov.
Tax time is prime time for cybercrooks, with all that financial data filed online. Here's how to protect your company's sensitive data.
Since shortly after the federal income tax was enacted in 1913, some individuals and groups have encouraged others not to comply with the law. Here is how to rebuff their arguments.
The IRS has added four items to the list of frivolous tax claims. Taxpayers filing returns with frivolous claims face fines up to $5,000.
For anyone not familiar with the inner workings of tax administration, the array of IRS guidance may seem, well, a little puzzling at first glance. Here's some help.
The IRS has outlined how informants can report violations of the tax law and possibly claim a reward based on what is owed by the tax cheat. (The rewards, by the way, may be taxable.)