Press Release: January 17, 2022

Ent Credit Union Provides Tips To Avoid Scammers This Tax Season

Colorado Springs, Colo. (January 17, 2022) – Though financial scams of all types are common throughout the year, tax season presents scammers with the opportunity to steal your money, identity or both. In fact, the Internal Revenue Service identified $2.3 billion in tax fraud in 2020.

To help alleviate some stress this tax season, Ent Credit Union has compiled a guide full of tips to help you protect yourself, recognize possible fraud warning signs and take action if you become a victim.

Visit Ent’s Education Center at the following link to review the article Protect Your Identity and Money | Tax Season Scams | Ent Credit Union.

About Ent

Founded in 1957, Ent is a member-owned credit union with a passion for people, not for profit. With $8+ billion in assets and over 430,000 owner-members across 45 convenient Front Range locations, Ent is Colorado’s largest credit union. In addition to a reputation as a leader in philanthropy and financial literacy, Ent has been nationally recognized by Forbes as the overall #1 credit union in Colorado for four years running. Visit Ent.com for information on membership as well as on checking, savings, mortgage and lending products and services for members at all financial stages of life.

About Ent

Founded in 1957, Ent is a member-owned credit union with a passion for people, not for profit. With $8+ billion in assets and over 420,000 owner-members across more than 40 convenient Front Range locations, Ent is Colorado’s largest credit union. In addition to a reputation as a leader in philanthropy and financial literacy, Ent has been nationally recognized by Forbes as the overall #1 credit union in Colorado for four years running. Visit Ent.com for information on membership as well as on checking, savings, mortgage and lending products and services for members at all financial stages of life.