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Fraudulent tax credit claims are in the IRS’ crosshairs (access required)

As a business owner, you may be getting bombarded with emails and telephone calls urging you to apply for federal tax credits related to employment and COVID initiatives. Be cautious about these too-good-to-be true offers. Many tax credit companies and payroll processing companies contacting you don’t care whether you qualify or not — they’re only ...

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