January 23 is the official start of tax season for taxpayers and cyber crooks are looking to cash in by stealing your personal information and grabbing your tax returns.

There are ways to protect yourself and some tips on what taxpayers should look out for as scams become more and more elaborate.

Scammers will try to trick taxpayers by phone, email or regular mail, but the Better Business Bureau wants taxpayers to be extra cautious and think twice about how their tax filing and who gets access to their personal info.

The Better Business Bureau is keeping a close eye on tax scams and fake IRS agents trying to contact you.... Read More: WMAR2NEWS