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k Ills has unclaimed tax refunds Age ncy has 232 checks worth s0nae $177,000 The imernal Revenue Service is lookinl; for Delaware taxpayers who c n claim their share of 232 undeli erable refund, checks total- ing netrly $177,500. The IRS can rei sue the checks, which av- erage ;765, after taxpayers cor- rect or Jdate their addresses with the IR Nati nally, there are 87,485 un- deliver lble refund checks, total- ing me1 e than $73 million with an average refund amount of $836. "If ,e owe you money, we'd like to get it to you," said IRS Commi sioner Mark W. Everson. "All y.)u have to do is tell us where .ou are. Our website makes it easy tot taxpayers to track their undelivred refund checks." "Whre s My Refund?" on IRS.gv provides information about rfunds and is available on the IRS home page. To use it, tax- payers enter information that in- cludes heir Social Security num- ber, fill lg status (such as single or married filing jointly) and the re- fund an lount shown on their 2003 tax retum. When the information is subn itted online, taxpayers see Web pages that show the status of their re fund and, in some cases, instruc ions to resolve potential accounl issues. "Who re's My Refund?" was de- velopec through the IRS Business System  Modernization program and de ivered in the summer of 2002. 'axpayers used the online tool nearly 24 million times to track th ir refunds in 2004. In D{ laware, the number of un- delivelable refund checks de- creased this year by 35, but the av- erage l'efund,,$765, increased compat d with last year's average of $58(. Nationally, the number of unde iverable checks decreased llll /. III nil 3 skirls or 3 pair I I ) 9- __ '=--'.-' i Expert Dry Cleaning ii this year by 5,325, but the average refund, $836, increased compared with last year's average of $722. Taxpayers can avoid undeliv- ered refund checks by having their refunds directly deposited into a personal checking or sav- ings account. Direct deposit also guards against theft or lost refund checks. The option is available for both paper and electronically filed re- turns. More than 49 million taxpayers chose to direct deposit almost $120 billion in refunds during 2004. The number of direct de- posit refunds was up 10.8 percent from last year. Refund checks go astray for reasons that can vary with each taxpayer. Often, it's because a life change causes an address change. If taxpayers move or change their address and fail to notify the IRS or the U.S. Postal Service, a check sent to their last knowfi address is returned to the IRS. Taxpayers who have moved since filing their last tax return can ensure the IRS has their cor- rect address by filing Form 8822, Change of Address, with the IRS. Download the form or request it by calling 1-800-TAX-FORM (800-829-3676). Taxpayers without access to the Internet, who think they may be missing a refund, should first check their records or contact their tax preparer before calling the IRS toll-free assistance line at 800-829-1040 to update their ad- dress. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 69 An qXe? Moon Pho00og00aph.e,,'z WWW. agemoonpoogap&e.om A ParUa[. stiog ...k: E this Auction iriudes, IVl, any..N .r. Political. Silk Ribbon_s, Polcal Buttons, Ballots, .Carnp.aign Memorabilia or ml vDes, uver ]uuu 'ostcaros inauair_ many LOCa Heal Photo Cards, Nare Local Photos, Lbts oT .Adver'dsin, Scarce'License Plates, Feed Sacks, Itemson). All Over  Ea2te. rn Shore. M.any Antkluarian ..Boo... ks, L e ,aqer ;q0rl..Bfl(Aks," Stacks of. t. lk;l.ue H.eterence :X:)KS= uroaasides, 'rinted Material of All Types, Military cnes & Col-tae mrns, any wnotos,/oums, lintypes & Lots More :. :.: :: :.;: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:: .).:: :: ................ : :::::,:: ================================================================================= ========================== ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..........  ::::  : :: Decorated Stoneware, Early Staffordshire F'u es, Many_ Handsewn Oudts, Victonan Lighting 8, Shades, Oil lamps, ::::i :.::::i:: ?!:i:::l!ii: :::::.i i::::/: Mini Lamps, Many Old Clocks including Biggs Rotary Clock & Admiral Dewey Gingerbread Clock American Art Pottery, Lots of Roseville indudi_ng BI-acld:)erry, Dahlrose & more, Rook'wood, Moorcroft, Van Briggle, Weller, ............................................................... Hampshire Mug, Fine Porcelain Fjurines, Hummels, RS Prussia Coffee Set, Nippon & Noritake China, over 30 pcs. of Azalea China, Fine PaiNed Porcelain Plaque, Shaving Mugs, Lots of Victorian Opalescent Glass, Cranberry Hobnail Glass, Art Glass, Mary Gregory Glass, Collection of Fenton Glass, Fenton Glass Showcase, Delaware Glass Berry Set, Otd Decoys, Unusual Early Typewriter, Stone Fruit, Antique Telescopes, Large Cast Iron Coffee Mill, Bisque Head Dolls, Doorstops, Rare Hubley Iron & Brass'Table Lamp, Coke & Pepsi Advertising, Porcelain Ad Signs, Lots of Woodenware, Graniteware, Yelloware, Redware, Bennington, Early Ironware, Ladies Purses, Sterling Silver, Tobacco Tins, Many Tin Toys, Rare Large Steiff Elephant RidingTcy, Glass & Papier Mache Candy Containers, Halloween Items, Black Americana, Rare Sterling Silver Coca-Cola Watch Fob, Old Pocket & Wrist Watches, Antique Erotic Paining from Tibet, Erotic Carved Jade Figures, Antique Fountain Pens & Mechanical Pencils, Oil Paintings including Landscape Signed Cornelius Hawkins, Artwork & Lit_hographs, 2 Wallace Nutlings, Collection of 25+ Oak Splint Bask. e, Fine Victorian Ek211 BjI, Old Violin, Hearth Tools, Andirons, Ru.s & LotsMore Furniture, Fine Pa. Decorated Deacon's Bench, Mini tmnKet Chest with Orig. Blue 'aint, Softwood-Drysink, Fancy Oak Cabinet with Claw t-eet,'3 Drawer Chest, Unusual Wooden Post Office from Smyrna, Delaware, Large Quilt Rack, Softwood Rope Bed, Early Blanket Chest with Bracket Feet, Floor Model Victrola, Needlepoint Bench, Eastern Shore Biscuit Block & Lots More Followed by Exceptional Ufetime Collection of 375+ Royal Doulton Character Jugs of All Types & Descriptions. Please be sure to Check our Website for Detailed Ustings, Photos & Free Downloadable Catalogs. t] !'rrr]vllrrllt-T]w-rr-[ "" TT" ' I q - rTInNlffltlllllrllrll......,=,=.m k Ills has unclaimed tax refunds Age ncy has 232 checks worth s0nae $177,000 The imernal Revenue Service is lookinl; for Delaware taxpayers who c n claim their share of 232 undeli erable refund, checks total- ing netrly $177,500. The IRS can rei sue the checks, which av- erage ;765, after taxpayers cor- rect or Jdate their addresses with the IR Nati nally, there are 87,485 un- deliver lble refund checks, total- ing me1 e than $73 million with an average refund amount of $836. "If ,e owe you money, we'd like to get it to you," said IRS Commi sioner Mark W. Everson. "All y.)u have to do is tell us where .ou are. Our website makes it easy tot taxpayers to track their undelivred refund checks." "Whre s My Refund?" on IRS.gv provides information about rfunds and is available on the IRS home page. To use it, tax- payers enter information that in- cludes heir Social Security num- ber, fill lg status (such as single or married filing jointly) and the re- fund an lount shown on their 2003 tax retum. When the information is subn itted online, taxpayers see Web pages that show the status of their re fund and, in some cases, instruc ions to resolve potential accounl issues. "Who re's My Refund?" was de- velopec through the IRS Business System  Modernization program and de ivered in the summer of 2002. 'axpayers used the online tool nearly 24 million times to track th ir refunds in 2004. In D{ laware, the number of un- delivelable refund checks de- creased this year by 35, but the av- erage l'efund,,$765, increased compat d with last year's average of $58(. Nationally, the number of unde iverable checks decreased llll /. III nil 3 skirls or 3 pair I I ) 9- __ '=--'.-' i Expert Dry Cleaning ii this year by 5,325, but the average refund, $836, increased compared with last year's average of $722. Taxpayers can avoid undeliv- ered refund checks by having their refunds directly deposited into a personal checking or sav- ings account. Direct deposit also guards against theft or lost refund checks. The option is available for both paper and electronically filed re- turns. More than 49 million taxpayers chose to direct deposit almost $120 billion in refunds during 2004. The number of direct de- posit refunds was up 10.8 percent from last year. Refund checks go astray for reasons that can vary with each taxpayer. Often, it's because a life change causes an address change. If taxpayers move or change their address and fail to notify the IRS or the U.S. Postal Service, a check sent to their last knowfi address is returned to the IRS. Taxpayers who have moved since filing their last tax return can ensure the IRS has their cor- rect address by filing Form 8822, Change of Address, with the IRS. Download the form or request it by calling 1-800-TAX-FORM (800-829-3676). Taxpayers without access to the Internet, who think they may be missing a refund, should first check their records or contact their tax preparer before calling the IRS toll-free assistance line at 800-829-1040 to update their ad- dress. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 69 An qXe? Moon Pho00og00aph.e,,'z WWW. agemoonpoogap&e.om A ParUa[. stiog ...k: E this Auction iriudes, IVl, any..N .r. Political. Silk Ribbon_s, Polcal Buttons, Ballots, .Carnp.aign Memorabilia or ml vDes, uver ]uuu 'ostcaros inauair_ many LOCa Heal Photo Cards, Nare Local Photos, Lbts oT .Adver'dsin, Scarce'License Plates, Feed Sacks, Itemson). All Over  Ea2te. rn Shore. M.any Antkluarian ..Boo... ks, L e ,aqer ;q0rl..Bfl(Aks," Stacks of. t. lk;l.ue H.eterence :X:)KS= uroaasides, 'rinted Material of All Types, Military cnes & Col-tae mrns, any wnotos,/oums, lintypes & Lots More :. :.: :: :.;: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:: .).:: :: ................ : :::::,:: ================================================================================= ========================== ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..........  ::::  : :: Decorated Stoneware, Early Staffordshire F'u es, Many_ Handsewn Oudts, Victonan Lighting 8, Shades, Oil lamps, ::::i :.::::i:: ?!:i:::l!ii: :::::.i i::::/: Mini Lamps, Many Old Clocks including Biggs Rotary Clock & Admiral Dewey Gingerbread Clock American Art Pottery, Lots of Roseville indudi_ng BI-acld:)erry, Dahlrose & more, Rook'wood, Moorcroft, Van Briggle, Weller, ............................................................... Hampshire Mug, Fine Porcelain Fjurines, Hummels, RS Prussia Coffee Set, Nippon & Noritake China, over 30 pcs. of Azalea China, Fine PaiNed Porcelain Plaque, Shaving Mugs, Lots of Victorian Opalescent Glass, Cranberry Hobnail Glass, Art Glass, Mary Gregory Glass, Collection of Fenton Glass, Fenton Glass Showcase, Delaware Glass Berry Set, Otd Decoys, Unusual Early Typewriter, Stone Fruit, Antique Telescopes, Large Cast Iron Coffee Mill, Bisque Head Dolls, Doorstops, Rare Hubley Iron & Brass'Table Lamp, Coke & Pepsi Advertising, Porcelain Ad Signs, Lots of Woodenware, Graniteware, Yelloware, Redware, Bennington, Early Ironware, Ladies Purses, Sterling Silver, Tobacco Tins, Many Tin Toys, Rare Large Steiff Elephant RidingTcy, Glass & Papier Mache Candy Containers, Halloween Items, Black Americana, Rare Sterling Silver Coca-Cola Watch Fob, Old Pocket & Wrist Watches, Antique Erotic Paining from Tibet, Erotic Carved Jade Figures, Antique Fountain Pens & Mechanical Pencils, Oil Paintings including Landscape Signed Cornelius Hawkins, Artwork & Lit_hographs, 2 Wallace Nutlings, Collection of 25+ Oak Splint Bask. e, Fine Victorian Ek211 BjI, Old Violin, Hearth Tools, Andirons, Ru.s & LotsMore Furniture, Fine Pa. Decorated Deacon's Bench, Mini tmnKet Chest with Orig. Blue 'aint, Softwood-Drysink, Fancy Oak Cabinet with Claw t-eet,'3 Drawer Chest, Unusual Wooden Post Office from Smyrna, Delaware, Large Quilt Rack, Softwood Rope Bed, Early Blanket Chest with Bracket Feet, Floor Model Victrola, Needlepoint Bench, Eastern Shore Biscuit Block & Lots More Followed by Exceptional Ufetime Collection of 375+ Royal Doulton Character Jugs of All Types & Descriptions. Please be sure to Check our Website for Detailed Ustings, Photos & Free Downloadable Catalogs. t] !'rrr]vllrrllt-T]w-rr-[ "" TT" ' I q - rTInNlffltlllllrllrll......,=,=.m