Some Colorado Springs residents have received an e-mail notice from the IRS in recent days saying they are eligible for a refund. Sounds good, but it’s a scam. The IRS does not initiate communication with tax payers by e-mail, said Cheryl Solze, senior tax manager at Stockman Kast Ryan + Co., certified public accountants in […]
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