WASHINGTON -- The Internal Revenue Service is looking for almost 400,000 taxpayers who did not receive their economic stimulus or regular refund checks because of mailing address errors.
"People across the country are missing tax refunds and stimulus checks. We want to get this money into the hands of taxpayers where it belongs," IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman said in a statement. "We are committed to making the process as easy as possible for taxpayers to update their addresses with the IRS and get their checks."
The undelivered economic stimulus checks average $583. The regular refund checks that were returned $988.
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