IRS issues warning about 'ghost tax return preparers'

IRS warns against ghost tax prepares, here are some things to look for.

Refunds go into their bank account, not the taxpayer's account.

Require payment in cash only and will not provide a receipt of services

Invent income to qualify their clients for tax credits.

Claim fake deductions to boost the size of the refund.

For tips on what to ask,

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