IRS Rabbit Just Keeps Giving Our Treasures Away

What you will read below will cause you to know the IRS can’t hit their rumps with hands full of elk antlers.  We have written about similar scams before where illegal  undocumented immigrants performing similar acts have enriched themselves beyond their wildest imaginations.

This story comes from The Blaze.  Some of the story is quoted below and the rest can be read through the link after the quote:

IRS Sent $46 Million in Tax Refunds to 23,994 Unauthorized Aliens at the SAME Address in Atlanta

Demonstrators with the Tea Party protest the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) targeting of the Tea Party and similar groups during a rally called ‘Audit the IRS’ outside the US Capitol in Washington, DC, June 19, 2013. Credit: AFP/Getty ImagesThe IRS sent more than $46 million in tax refunds to 23,994 “unauthorized” alien workers who all listed the same address in Atlanta, Ga., in 2011, according to an audit report by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA).However, the Atlanta address that received millions of dollars in refunds was not the only address apparently housing thousands of “unauthorized” aliens. In fact, it wasn’t even the only address in Atlanta that was claiming such a situation.

The TIGTA audit report, published last year at the request of members of Congress, revealed 10 addresses in the U.S. that were issued anywhere from 1,846 to 23,994 tax refunds each. Four of those 10 addresses were located in Atlanta.

CNSNews.com breaks down the report:

And no, this is not a new problem.  The problem has been known at least since 1999 meaning the problem lies with the IRS, this government and any other culpable federal employees and private sector scammers lining their pockets and purses with our money.  Not that we need more evidence of government run amok … we just need to have the brains and fortitude to solve the problem.

English: Anti-United States Internal Revenue S...

English: Anti-United States Internal Revenue Service symbol. Commonly used by tax protesters and tax reform advocates in the United States. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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