Whether it's just checking up on the person who prepares your taxes to email scams.
People need to be very careful when it comes to their tax and personal information.
One of the more prominent scams they say to be on the look out for are the email scams claiming you get a bigger refund or an audit from a group claiming to be the IRS.
"Ignore it and call our information line. The IRS will never initiate a taxpayer through an email or ask for personal information through an email," IRS spokesperson Christopher Miller says.
If you do have any concerns about your taxes Miller suggests double checking everything and be sure you know who's working with your taxes.