While you’re spending time preparing your tax returns this spring, scam artists are hard at work figuring out ways to steal your money and your identity. ID thieves are particularly active during tax time because your return contains all the information they need -- your Social Security number, name, address, work information, investment accounts -- to open accounts in your name or steal your refund. “Everything is there,” says Robert Siciliano, a McAfee consultant and an ID-theft expert. But there are some simple precautions you can take to stay a step ahead of the bad guys... Read more from Kiplinger »
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