The Internal Revenue Service wants to track down 115,478 taxpayers who are owed approximately $110 million after their refund checks were returned as undeliverable.
The checks average around $953. Once a taxpayer updates their address with the IRS, they can claim the check (or, in some cases, checks). "Taxpayers should not miss out on getting their money back," said Richard Morgante, commissioner of the IRS Wage and Investment Division, in a statement.
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