It’s a call that strikes fear in the heart of any American taxpayer. Across the country, Americans have been getting threatening automated messages that claim to be from the IRS.
Sophisticated criminals used an online service run by the IRS to access personal tax information from more than 100,000 taxpayers.
Tax Day (April 15) is the perfect day for Congress to hold a hearing into what's being described as "the largest and most pervasive" impersonation scam in the history of the IRS.
About one million taxpayers a year are not claiming the money that's rightfully theirs.
You know things are bad when even Treasury officials get hit with a tax scam.
Tax forms are in the mail, but beware: con artists are using taxes and the IRS as an excuse to steal your money and personal information.
Do not get hit by the "Dirty Dozen" tax scams. Each year, IRS releases its list of tax scams and some are new ... while others - like identity theft - are repeats.
Tax-refund fraud is expected to soar again this tax season, and hit a whopping $21 billion by 2016.
Under the strain of budget and staff cuts, the Internal Revenue Service is increasing the amount of information online about filing taxes. The agency says it is now using Twitter and Youtube to reach taxpayers.
IRS warns new forms and regulations could increase your wait for a refund.
The Internal Revenue Service will accept paper and electronic 2014 tax returns.
The Internal Revenue Service says budget cuts at the agency mean fewer people available to process paper claims.
Lois Lerner, the central figure in the IRS scandal, is breaking her silence in an unapologetic interview where she says she's not sorry and maintains she “didn’t do anything wrong” -- despite widely documented evidence that her division targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny.
Several tense exchanges took place during the hearings into why the IRS targeted some conservative groups.
The Internal Revenue Service has paid more than $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with recent disciplinary problems, including $1 million to workers who owed back taxes, a government investigator said Tuesday.
A House committee voted Thursday to hold Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress, as Republicans escalated their bid to "get to the bottom" of the former IRS official's role in the political targeting scandal.
If you get a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS, be suspicious!
The government is issuing the regulations needed to allow gay couples married in states that recognize same-sex marriages to file joint federal tax returns.
A new report could prove embarrassing for the IRS. Tracie Potts reports.
The former head of the IRS visited the White House more times than any Cabinet member, particularly around the time the agency was targeting conservative groups.