Efficiency of Federal Government Employees

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Efficiency of Federal Government Employees

Post by SamCogar on Sat Aug 11, 2012 2:28 am

One address in Lansing, Michigan was used for 2,137 tax returns that netted over $3 million in tax refunds.

One address in Chicago had 765 returns for $903,000 in refunds.

You get the picture.

The report also looked at returns filed by dead people - something that should logically raise a red flag - as $415 million in 2010 went to 104,950 individuals who were deceased.

$695 million went to 288,252 students ages 16 to 22.

But the biggest chunk went to people who didn't have an income level that was high enough to require a tax return to be filed.

Those 952,612 instances found by this review added up to $3.3 billion in tax refunds.

http://blogs.ajc.com/jamie-dupree-washington-insider/2012/08/09/id-theft-scoring-billions-in-tax-refunds/?cxntfid=blogs_jamie_dupree_washington_insider

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