According to the IRS, fraudulent charities are at an all time high as taxpayers look for additional deductions on tax returns. Before you write any check to a charity, use the IRS Exempt Organization Checker by clicking here. Many times the charity will masquerade as a larger, well-known national charity. These types of scams peak during filing season. If you have any questions regarding charities of which you donate, please contact us. We look forward to speak with you.
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