2,600 North Carolinians Due for Tax Refunds

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2,621 taxpayers in North Carolina are due to receive tax refunds totaling $2,795,614 making it an average refund of $1,067 per person, according to Mark Hanson, IRS spokesman for North and South Carolina. However, these checks are unclaimed because of mailing address errors.

A breakdown according to counties shows that in Onslow County, 81 people are owed tax checks totaling $18,563.27. The average refund is worth $893. Carteret residents are owed $15,150 averaging $561 per refund while in Duplin 55 residents are due to be refunded $251,864 averaging $4,579 per person and 13 Pender residents are owed $18,563 averaging $1,428. In Jones County, 6 residents are due for refunds. The IRS does not keep statistical information of counties where less than 10 people are owed refunds.

If you think that the IRS owes you a refund which you have yet to receive, you should visit the IRS website and check the “Where’s my refund?” tool. Using this tool, you will be able to track your refund and in some cases receive instructions on how to resolve delivery problems. Alternatively, you can access “Where’s my refund?” through the telephone by dialing 1-800-829-1954. You will receive instructions on how to update your address.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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