IRS to taxpayers: get a move on

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that certain benefit claims must be filed by Dec. 31. The IRS also says to be on the lookout for tax scams as filing season draws near.
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The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that certain benefit claims must be filed by Dec. 31. The IRS also says to be on the lookout for tax scams as filing season draws near.

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