Tempted to hire a tax preparer who promises — even guarantees — a fat refund?
Seven red flags that your tax preparer is a fraud
The Washngton Post
I’d like to introduce you to Andrew Zepeda Hansack, a 39-year-old tax preparer who worked in Riverside, Calif.
In some cases, he filed returns that included a deduction for mortgage interest — except the clients didn’t own a home. One of those returns falsely claimed $30,488 in itemized deductions, including for mortgage interest. The taxpayer received a refund for $7,318.
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