Kim Komando, Special to USA TODAY Published 5:00 a.m. ET March 28, 2019
More people are filing taxes online than ever. USA TODAY
In a few weeks, the dreaded tax season will be over. We loathe those oddly titled documents with the tiny print. We wonder what number – refund or remainder – those mysterious equations will spit out.
And as more of us sign up as part-time contractors, driving for Lyft and selling crafts on Etsy, our taxes get more complicated. We get anxious.
Criminals love to take advantage of that anxiety.
Tax scams and phishing operations are getting more sophisticated than ever. By faking ads, websites and caller IDs, scammers will