Nowadays, with the help of the Internet, it has become easier than ever to watch an HD-quality movie, book a ticket, order a meal, or say, file your tax returns. But despite the many pleasures the Internet provides, it turns out that not so many people know exactly how to use this technology safely, especially when it comes to protecting one’s identity. Read this article to learn how to avoid online tax fraud. Criminal tax lawyers from a premier New York law firm Joseph Potashnik and Associates explain how identity thieves can make use of your personal data to commit fraud over the Internet, how to file returns safely and what to do if you are charged with cyber tax fraud.
June 27, 2017