IRS Has Nearly $7M In Undelivered NJ Funds

MOUNTAINSIDE, N.J. (AP/CBSNewYork) — The IRS has some good news for nearly 3,200 New Jerseyans who did not received their tax refunds this year: There’s nearly $7 million waiting for them.

The IRS says the undelivered refund checks were returned to the IRS due to mailing address errors.

The IRS can reissue the checks, which average $2,181, after the 3,198 taxpayers correct or update their addresses with the agency.

Nationally, there are 111,893 taxpayers with undelivered refunds, totaling $164.6 million. That’s an average refund of $1,471.

Taxpayers can call (800) 829-1954 or log on to and click on the “Where’s My Refund” link to check on the status.

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One Comment

  1. Manwell Labour says:

    Im gonna sneak into Mexico to get a job!!

  2. Russ says:

    When did other human beings become ‘aliens’?

  3. Julie Pirk says:

    If not claimed from illegal aliens within a year, then use that money in the state where it was earned and paid to offset high property taxes in those states.

  4. cptsoap says:

    Doesn’t Uncle SAM know that this comes from illegal aliens that work with fake SS numbers, address and then cant claim taxes at the end of year. Contrary to belief, many aliens pay taxes. It get taken out of their paycheck but cant claim.

    1. Howard Stein says:

      So then why dont they become “legal” and then they wouldn’t have this problem and can then claim? Not sure what your point is.

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