TAX PROFESSIONAL PROTECTING YOURSELVES & YOUR CLIENTS
Data security in your office to protect your data and the data of all your clients has never been more important. Every tax professional is a potential target of cybercriminals whose goal is to file fraudulent tax returns and create chaos for these individuals.
The Federal Trade Commission regulations require professional tax return preparers to create and enact security plans to protect your client’s data. I suggest all tax preparers review IRS Publications 4557 and 5293 to understand your responsibilities and put in place security software on your computers.
National Tax Security Awareness Week is December 2-6, 2019. Be aware of this and look for great information on the IRS and other websites.
Take the steps now to insure you and your clients are not victims.
-Curt Lee, NSA First Vice President
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