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Greetings clients,

With a busy tax season underway, we want to pass along an article from CNBC which outlines some of the most common scams to look out for. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the IRS has noted an increase in scams which aim to steal your personal information or money. These scams come in the form of text messages, email, phone calls and unemployment fraud. We encourage you to read this information which also includes steps to take if you discover identity theft when filing your tax return this spring.

As you gather your tax forms this season, we also want to remind you of the resources we have posted to the Cedar Cove Blog. These resources include:

  • Overview of forms to expect and estimated timeframes
  • Instructions on how to access your tax forms online
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Finally, the recent tragedy in Ukraine has caused increased concerns for cybersecurity attacks which have the potential to spill over and impact Americans directly. We recommend reviewing an article from USA Today to help protect yourself.

Thank you for your trust and confidence in the Cedar Cove team. Please reach out if we can be helpful to you during tax season.


-Your Cedar Cove Wealth Partners Team



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