Check your self for this

They say on this list are the seven deadliest sins

“Greed , Gluttony , Envy, Slouth, Wrath, Lust, Pride “

Greed this is a selfish act one that will cause you to allow your fellow human to suffer, struggle and go without it will isolate you and cause you to hate for no reason and thinking that everyone is out to get you.

Gluttony this is what you suffer from when you have a greedy lifestyle this will do harm to oneself and is no good for that person’s health or sole when you overindulge in anything you place your self and others at risk .

Envy is an ugly spirit that will come upon all mankind at some time and point this is when wisdom comes to mind what your family should teach you as you grow that you can have whatever you desire. if you work for it and to never want what another person has, you can have your own and better. so to have your own is what you want, and not the same as someone else because to have something the same as is not your own you now have what they have and that is Envy

Slouth now this has to do with you being slow to help respond assist to take care of someone or something that need your attention that can save a life or more

Wrath now we have all fallen prey to this one cause it falls under the act of being quick to judge and condemn someone or something  when we do not understand it or what caused it

Lust ok now this one bad because it is the root of desire greed gluttony envy wrath and yes pride .you want something so bad that you will lie,still, kill, take, robb and die for. I hate to go this way on you but if you are going to lust after something . have a lust for God

Pride  now this is when you think you are the end all and the to be all you feel that you have it all and no one matters but you again you will isolate your self and think every one else is wrong because you are one to be like and you do not need them.



fight waste, fraud, abuse, and identity theft – especially in the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  Unfortunately, since identity theft and fraudulent transactions are growing challenges for the agency and our district, I want to share with you some additional information about phishing to ensure that you do not become a victim of identity theft.

First and foremost, never give out information like your Social Security number, birth date, or passwords over the phone.  It is important to remember that the IRS never contacts taxpayers by phone, email, text message, or social media.  In fact, the IRS always sends postal mail, on official letterhead, to your mailing address.  This includes all questions about your taxes.  Most banks and credit card companies have similar procedures in place.

Please keep a cautious eye out for phishing and scams.  Phishing is a common tool identity thieves use to steal your private information.  They can do this on the Internet or over the phone:

  • You might get an email or visit a website that looks real but is designed to lure you into giving out sensitive information; or
  • You might receive a phone call from someone pretending to be an IRS agent in order to steal your personal information.

Please report all unsolicited email claiming to be from the IRS or an IRS-related function to  Recent scams have used the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) to attract potential victims.  Also, if you’ve experienced any monetary losses due to an IRS-related incident, please report it to theTreasury Inspector General Administration (TIGTA) and file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) through their Complaint Assistant to make the information available to investigators.