Find out how to protect yourself from a new HMRC scam, in which fraudsters steal personal details to trigger huge refunds from fake tax returns.
A Which? Money investigation has uncovered profiles and pages across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram openly catering to would-be ID fraudsters.
Millions of taxpayers have more fraud protection thanks to new HMRC controls that crack down on popular ‘number-spoofing’ techniques.
Mobile phones are being aggressively targeted by scammers with bogus messages, according to new Which? research, but could you spot a fake?
HMRC will never ask you for your payment or personal details by email, text or over the phone - read our guidance to stay informed of the latest tax scams