Beware of calls from the IRS. WGNS' own Bryan Barrett received a call Thursday from the IRS.
Through the United Way Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, individuals and families with an annual household income of less than $64,000 can file their taxes for free until April 18, 2017.
As instructed, the resident purchased I-Tunes Gift Cards to the tune of $4,000.
During United Way's 2016 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, more than 40 volunteer preparers completed 885 tax returns resulting in a $1,219,228 investment through tax refunds in Rutherford and Cannon counties.
IRS scams continue in Rutherford County. An elderly resident in Murfreesboro came home to find this message on her answering machine...
Between 2011 and 2014, the IRS stopped 19 million suspicious tax returns protecting over $63 billion in fraudulent refunds.
A Murfreesboro resident tried to file their taxes with the IRS only to learn that they had already been filed.
The fake and sometimes costly IRS scams continue in Murfreesboro. NewsRadio WGNS' Ron Jordan has more...
April 15 is "Tax Day" and some area residents have had the rude awakening that their Social Security numbers were stolen. The residents found out when they filed their income tax forms this year with the Internal Revenue Service.
We have another case of a local person's identity being stolen and along with it, their income tax return. Murfreesboro Police report a 62-year old Avellico Circle man received an email from his accountant stating his income tax return had been denied because another return has already been filed.
A Tyne Avenue woman reported to Murfreesboro Police that someone filed taxes with the I-R-S in her name. The 41-year old victim reported while attempting to file her taxes.
A couple of Murfreesboro residents have reported to authorities I-R-S scam calls.
After the victim was scammed, she went to the police department because she discovered the man who called her was using the phone number of the Murfreesboro Police Department.
With less than one week left before the April 15 tax deadline, the Internal Revenue Service is...
The Internal Revenue Service will begin accepting federal income tax returns on Friday, January 31st. This date is 10 days later than the originally planned starting date of January 21st.
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