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As tax season comes to an end, there were many scams some may have experienced, or heard of. But another group of scammers target, senior citizens. Montana Attorney General, Tim Fox, tells us if something seems too good to be true, it's most likely a scam. 

It's that time of year for filing taxes and hackers are calling it "open season." What used to take dozens of forged documents and an inside job now takes just a few clicks of a mouse. 

With the arrival of tax season, we have a few deductions to keep in mind and red flags to avoid to prevent being audited.If you've done a home improvement project in the past year, you might be eligible for a tax credit for improved energy efficiency. Also, you might be able to increase your refund by tracking your mileage for work or volunteering."The mileage deduction is really quite generous, and so if you're using it for a business deduction, you get 56.5 cents for 2014," says CPA Colleen...