You may be feeling great that you've filed your taxes before the April 15 deadline, but make sure you're not among the victims whose tax refunds will be stolen.
Among the 149 million or so individual income tax returns filed last year, there were 110,000 victims who complained about stolen refunds, according to the FTC. That's 24 times more than in 2013. If it happens to you, here's what you should do to get your money back.
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