The IRS has some of your money...
The IRS published a list of the people in SD who are owed IRS refunds as reported in the Rapid City Journal. And did anyone else notice a familiar name?
The IRS is looking for 155 taxpayers in South Dakota whose income-tax refund checks could not be delivered. When a taxpayer moves or changes address and fails to notify the IRS or the U.S. Postal Service, a check sent to the taxpayer’s last known address is returned to the IRS.Read it here. And if it's the same Jarrod I know (our new school and lands commissioner), it sounds like his Christmas might be paid for this year.
An address issue is the most common reason that a check is returned as undeliverable, according to Christopher Miller, IRS spokesman.
“Either someone fails to update their address with us or the postal service when they move; or perhaps, their mail fails to catch up with them because they’re going back and forth from home to school,” he said. “In other cases, you’ll have someone who has experienced a life-changing event. They get married or divorced. Sometimes, a taxpayer dies, and we’re not able to get them the refund.”
Checks totaling $134,074 can be reissued as soon as taxpayers correct or update their addresses with the IRS. The average refund in South Dakota is $865. In some cases, a taxpayer has more than one check waiting.
Ingman, Brian, Sioux Falls; Jensen, Justin J., Harrisburg; Jerke, Janice C., Rapid City; Johnson, Jarrod R. and Heidi M., Brandon;