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IRS Sent $46 Million In 26,994 Refunds To ‘Unauthorized’ Illegal Workers At One Atlanta Address.

In what appears to be a significant oversight, the Internal Revenue Service sent a total of $46,378,040 in refunds to “unauthorized” workers at one address in Atlanta, Ga., according to a report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
Brought to light Friday by CNSNews.com, the IRS’ $46 million in refunds included 23,994 tax payouts sent to the particular property in 2011.
As the audit report discloses, the Atlanta address is one of several that received a high number of refunds for Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) tax returns. ITINs are issued to those who are ineligible to obtain a Social Security number. However, it seems, the application for these identification numbers is flawed.
In the July 2012 report, entitled “Substantial Changes Are Needed to the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number Program to Detect Fraudulent Applications,” the Treasury Inspector General recommends an overhaul of the ITIN application program so that suspicious applicants are identified from the get-go.
The report from the Treasury Inspector General, who is charged with the independent oversight of IRS activities, reads:
This audit was initiated because TIGTA received IRS employee complaints referred from members of Congress alleging that IRS management responsible for overseeing the ITIN operation was encouraging employees to assign ITINs to applicants when the ITIN application was fraudulent… The audit found that the ITIN application review and verification process is so deficient that there is no assurance that ITINs are not being assigned to individuals submitting questionable applications.
By May, many of the report’s recommendations were addressed, however, the Inspector General’s office still cautioned that further improvements to the ITIN program are required.
This is not the first time the IG has chided the IRS for ineffective management. Earlier this year, the IG determined that the government agency used an “inappropriate criteria” for judging organizations seeking to gain a tax-exempt status. >>MORE<<

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