IRS: You've Got Mail

Thousands of people in North Carolina have tax refunds that can't be delivered.

The IRS says more than 3000 tax payers in our state have not received refunds because they don't have the correct addresses to the people they owe money too.

According to the IRS nearly 3.2 million dollars is waiting for some North Carolina tax payers who can give them the right address.

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  • by Anonymous on Nov 8, 2009 at 10:20 PM
    Nathan.. LOL again. It was a joke. Im old enough to know how taxes work, trust me, and have always paid mine and collected my returns. I just think it's funny so many people dont take care of business whether they owe or are due either one. The IRS cannot be hidden from. The only reason it takes time before they stomp on your neck and take it out of your current income by force in some cases is because they are so backlogged with cases of people not paying. They are also obligated by law to deliver refunds though, so to all the suspicious posters... oh please stop! lol If someone owes, they wont dangle a carrot. They will just say PAY UP - or else.
  • by J Location: NC on Nov 8, 2009 at 01:05 PM
    How many people do you know expecting a return,that just st's idealy by if it don,t come.Give me a brake,they are looking for people that owe them,this is just away to get people to give their name and address,so they can check them out,short of being dead,I don't know of anyone that wqould just say,oh well,I was suppose to get a return,but I didn't!!!
  • by Angela Location: Washington on Nov 8, 2009 at 09:06 AM
    You know what. Everyone b**ch** and complains no matter what. READ the article. It simply states that the IRS owes nearly 3.2 million dollars to North Carolina tax payers and they do not have the correct address. STOP feeling guilty if you know you owe taxes...Man up and pay what you owe to the Government. I bet if you were owed the money, you would be quick to give all your information.....Ughhh...People need to take responsibility for themselves...
  • by gail Location: greenville on Nov 8, 2009 at 06:54 AM
    Yep, I agree wholeheartedly that if taxes were owed, they would know exactly where and how to find you! I am sure the IRS will put that unclaimed money to use...sure as you-know-what they aren't going to let it just sit there!
  • by Anonymous on Nov 8, 2009 at 02:21 AM
  • by Nathan Location: Eastern NC on Nov 8, 2009 at 12:35 AM
    Obviously, by now if you haven't gotten your federal and/or state income tax refund, you know something is wrong. (Direct deposit for the win.) And obviously if you owe taxes and gave the wrong address, this will help them find you -- but if you're in the business of cheating the IRS, that will come out sooner or later regardless. Lastly, Anonymous, despite how the article is written, I don't think the IRS means to divvy up the unclaimed tax refunds between people who submit a change of address -- though that would be nice, wouldn't it?
  • by Tony Location: GVegas on Nov 7, 2009 at 08:25 PM
    Well me in Greenville I think people should do it.I had to pay my taxes.
  • by Dar Location: Wilmar on Nov 7, 2009 at 08:04 PM
    To Me: This is the real deal as the IRS does this notification every several years. If they want to find you they will from W-2s or Form 1099s filed by payors and if you work "under the table" it does take a lot longer. Eventually they will find you or you will SOL when it comes to drawing SS or disablity because you thought you could beat the system.
  • by Me-2 Location: Blounts Creek on Nov 7, 2009 at 07:08 PM
    I aggree with you me. Im not giving them any info. Heck, I might owe them some money.
  • by Me Location: Greenville on Nov 7, 2009 at 06:33 PM
    Dont do it, this is the IRS way of finding people who owe taxes also.
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