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04-07-2001, 07:33 PM
The IRS will pay you a reward if you turn in someone who is under-reporting their income or not filing at all.
If you believe someone is violating federal tax laws, you should contact the IRS at 800-829-0433, the Criminal Investigation Hotline. If you prefer, you may provide your information in writing to your local IRS office, or the Criminal Investigation Branch at the service center where you file your return. Refer to your tax package for the address of your service center. Although you are not required to identify yourself, it is helpful to do so. Your identity will be kept confidential. You may also be entitled to a reward.
04-07-2001, 09:04 PM
Gee, you seem like such a nice guy, I wonder why you have no job or girlfriend.....
TheLoneGunman, "I hate falling into these depressions, but I have been unemployed for a while, my savings are running out, my car will probably have several thousand in expenses (towing cost $300) and I have no GF.
My life is horrible.
Please help me be undepressed.
P.S. My parents and my family disowned me so they aren't possibilities and I have no real friends (they just liked me when I had money)"
Man, anyone who would report someone else to the IRS, and put them through the system for nothing, deserves to be reported to the DMV for driving a car which is a gross polluter, just so they would have to go through the hassel to prove that it isn't (at the very least). That's the one thing TheLoneGunman is kinda' lucky for, he probably doesn't have a car anymore...
[Edited by INeedAVacation on 04-07-2001 at 10:08 PM]
04-07-2001, 10:18 PM
Ohh yeah i want to report Bill Gates, because I have this feeling, he underpaid the taxes this year. And also George W. Bush. Yeah can never go with these guys, they have so much money they could make a mistake.
and don't forget bill clinton. he always has something going on "under the table" :heh:
04-08-2001, 02:56 AM
I'd like to report Jimmy Hoffa. That fool hasn't paid his full taxes his entire life. And we all know he's still around here somewhere....
04-08-2001, 05:38 AM
And Elvis, too. Everyone knows he hangs around 7-11 convenience stores sucking up gallons of Super Big Gulps. He must owe at least $442.00 in taxes.
By the way, the major components of depression are self pity and anger.
04-08-2001, 09:48 AM
Man That's #$@% up if you report someone. This ain't no deal!
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