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If you see your neighbor buying a new $50,000 Mercedes on a teacher's salary or you overhear that nasty no-good co-worker brag talking about how he never pays his taxes, well then government financial guru, Matthew Lesko (www.lesko.com) says: "STOP being Mr. Nice Guy and bank big money while you help the IRS collect back taxes." If your information helps the government collect on such taxes, you can receive 15% of what the IRS collects up to a total of $10 million. And the IRS will not disclose the identity of informants to unauthorized persons. So, go and do the right thing for your country!
Lesko wants taxpayers to know that the IRS is not only a taxpayer-TAKER, but also a taxpayer-GIVER!
In addition to $10 million in rewards, he also shows Americans about:
- NO FEAR auditing! Get copies of in-house IRS auditing manuals. - Get free legal help to fight the IRS! (thanks to your nosy neighbor!) - THAT'S MY MONEY! Find out if one of the 96,792 unclaimed refund checks is yours! - Learn if you are one of the 3.5 million families who are eligible for an IRS check for up to $4,300, but don't know it.
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What is even more bizarre about the IRS is that 16,065 taxpayers sent in over $9.8 million dollars of their tax refund money to be set aside to pay off the public debt.
You can learn the details of tapping these and other free services by going to www.lesko.com and clicking on a free report called"Make $10,000 Turning In A Tax Cheat". Matthew Lesko wants you to know about these valuable free services that are available to everyone.
If you see your neighbor buying a new $50,000 Mercedes while living on a teacher's salary or you overhear that hateful co-worker brag talking about how he never pays his taxes, this can be worth big money to you if call the IRS. You can receive 15% of what the IRS collects up to a total of $10 million. And the IRS will not disclose the identity of informants to unauthorized persons. Get a copy of "Publication 733, Rewards for Information Given to the IRS." See: http://www.irs.gov/compliance/article/0,,id=180171,00.html
You can take the fear out of any audit by seeing what the auditor is going to look for when they come to audit you. You can get copies of the IRS' own In-House Auditing Manuals. These are the guidelines that the IRS auditors have to follow when they come to audit you. It's like getting the test ahead of time. But because of the government's own Freedom of Information Act, this is now legal. You can receive a listing of all available audit manuals by sending a SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) to Internal Revenue Service, Attn: Freedom of Information, c/o Ben Franklin Station, P.O. Box 795, Washington, DC 20004, 202-622-5164. If you want to look at some non-secret manuals available go to: http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=108149,00.html#V
If you get the runaround from the IRS or they are banging on your door, saying they are going to put a lock around your house for that 13 cents that you owe them from 1972, or they want hundreds of thousands of dollars from you and you cannot pay all that money, Congress has set up special offices that will fight the IRS for you. They are called tax advocate centers, and they are wonderful. If you have an argument, they can go right into the computers, correct the information, stop you from getting that mail, and can be an advocate for you. You can contact the national office at toll-free 877-777-4778 or your local Taxpayer Advocate office listed in the national listing: www.irs.gov/advocate
Maybe the IRS recomputed your 2001 tax return and found that you made a mistake and instead of you owing the IRS money, the IRS owes you a refund. But you have since moved and your check is sitting waiting for you to call. At any one time the IRS can have 96,792 checks like this worth over $80 million. Contact the IRS and see if the IRS is sitting on your money: http://www.irs.gov/individuals/article/0,,id=96596,00.html
Over 16,065 taxpayers contributed over $9.8 million of their tax refunds to go to reducing the public debt. If you wish to do so, make a check payable to "Bureau of the Public Debt." You can send it to: Bureau of the Public Debt, Department G, P.O. Box 2188, Parkersburg, WV 26106-2188. Or you can enclose the check with your income tax return when you file.
A study done by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d05684.pdf) shows that as many as 374,000 taxpayers are eligible to receive up to $500 back on their taxes, but did not apply for the program. The programs are Hope and Lifetime Learning tax credits and the tuition tax deduction. These are programs for people continuing their higher education. For information about tax credits, see: http://www.irs.gov/faqs/faq-kw85.html. For details on the tuition deduction, see: http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc457.html.
It's not really a grant, but it looks like a grant, it walks like a grant and it even smells like a grant. They are called tax credits. It is extra money the IRS will give you that's better than a refund because they will give it to you even if you don't pay any taxes. You just have to have some income and the less income you have the bigger the check you get. You can make up to $35,458 and still be eligible. Get a copy of IRS Publication 596, Earned Income Tax Credit by calling 800-829-3676 or go to: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p596.pdf
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