The I-R-S is sitting on $3.8-million owed to Nebraska from three years ago
The I-R-S may have money waiting for you.
Christopher Miller, IRS spokesman for Nebraska; "waiting for you."
I-R-S spokesman for Nebraska Christopher Miller says there are about 4,600 Nebraskans that didn't file returns in 2009 and about half of them could be owed $500 or more and be eligible for credits that could increase the refund. Taxpayers seeking a 2009 refund could have their return withheld if they have not filed tax returns for 2010 and 2011. Nationally, just over $917-million may be waiting for nearly 10-thousand taxpayers who did not file a return in 2009. If no return is filed to claim a refund within three years the money becomes property of the U-S Treasury.
The I-R-S is sitting on $3.8-million owed to Nebraska from three years ago. IRS spokesman for Nebraska Christopher Miller says about 4,600 Nebraskans didn't file a 2009 tax return and they could be owed money.
Miller; "refund waiting for you."
The 2009 filing expires on April 15th. Refunds may be withheld if the taxpayer didn't file returns for 2010 and 2011. If no return is filed to claim a refund within three years the money becomes property of the U-S Treasury.
Nearly 4,600 Nebraskans didn't file tax returns in 2009 and the IRS has $3.8-million dollars waiting for them. IRS Nebraska spokesman Christopher Miller says there is a three year window to get old tax returns and the window for 2009 expires on April 15th.
Miller; "take care of all that."
Miller says some people may not have filed because they had too little income to require a tax return even though they had taxes withheld from their wages or made quarterly estimated payments. Miller says nearly half of those who didn't file have at least $500 waiting for them.
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(courtesy of Nebraska Radio Network)