The tax season cometh ... and so will the scammers


NO alarm bells went off for senior manager Mrs Chong, as she wants to be known, when she saw an Inland Revenue Board (IRB) email in her in-box.

After all, it is widely reported that the IRB has increased their tax auditing actions in the past year in its effort to crack down on tax evaders. As a compliant taxpayer, the 57-year-old who works in a publishing company was not worried about being audited.

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