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2006 Tax Ti as IRS announces Delawareans who have refunds coming The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is looking for 264 Delaware taxpayers who can claim their share of undeliverable refund checks totaling approximately $202,000. The IRS can reissue the checks, which average $766, after taxpayers correct or update theft addresses with the IRS. In some cases, a taxpayer has more than one check waiting. Nationally, there are 95,746 tax- IRS seeks Sussex Countians for their refund checks The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is looking for 48 Sussex County taxpayers who can claim their share of undeliverable refund checks totaling $43,221. The IRS can reissue the checks, which average $900, after taxpay- ers correct or update their addresses with the IRS. The following people have refund checks due to them: Margaret W. Hodges, Bethany ,,Beach; Randy W. Norman, Bethany Beach; Barbara B. Smith, Bethany Beach; James L. Baker II, Bridgeville; Michael C. Boyle, BridgeviUe; Francisco J. Caminos, Bridgeville; Luke M. Stephens, Detmar; Severiano Gil Vasquez, Frankford; Esteban Rodriguez Hernandez, Frankford; Breanna Wharlon, Frankford; Deion L. Brown Sr., Georgetown; Phyllis L. Collick, Georgetown; William J. Lockwood, Laurel; Ronald L. Ross, Laurel; Erica L. Yoder, Laurel; Tiamia D. Black, Lewes; Anthony S. George and Tracy Davido, Lewes; Casey E. Lynn, Lewes; Russell G. Tucci, Lewes; Ryan S. Winstead, Lewes; Joseph M. Angelini, Lincoln; Leslie Jr. Freeman, Lincoln; Joan Yeaney, Lincoln; Casey Cramer, Millsboro, Robert A. and Ann Marie Moor, Millsboro; Gerardo Quevedo-Uscanga, Millsboro; Phillip H. Sammons, Millsboro; Edwin T. and Geraldine L. Wallace, Millsboro; Luong Nguyen and Ngan T. Dao, Milton; Michael D. Weintraub, Nassau; Jessica E. Czerwin, Ocean View; Amarish Pathak, Clarksville; Justeen N. Whitaker, Ocean View; Milton S. and Debra A. Brunner, Rehoboth Beach; Tatiana V. Cherepkina, Rehoboth Beach; Joseph M. and Melissa R. Crispin, Rehoboth Beach; Jennifer Reed and Daniel Stanchfield, Rehoboth Beach; Dawn E. Smith, Rehoboth Beach; Joseph J. and Dian H. Stein, Rehoboth Beach; Joseph G. Tuono, Rehoboth Beach; Derrick A. Banerjee, Seaford; Charles W. Burton Jr. Seaford; Stacia D. Girley, Seaford; Jennifer Hearn, Seaford; Jessica L. Marvel, Seaford; Glenisha L. Mcknight, Seaford; Thomas and Christine G. Morris, Seaford; and Altagracia M. Reynoso, Seaford. Hurricane Katrina victims need help during the holiday season During the holiday season and in the spirit of giving, employees and employers are reminded of using established leave donation programs to assist those affected by Hurricane Katrina: "The arduous task of rebuilding lives after Hurricane Katrina still exists and the leave donation pro- gram is an easy and viable option in helping those in need," said Internal Revenue Service (IRS) spokesman Gregg Semanick: The leave donation program provides employees with a way to help Hurricane Katrina victims without needing to make a cash contribution. For employees who have extra vacation, sick or per- sonal leave or who just want to provide more to the relief effort, a leave program makes it easier for them to help. Employees can elect to forgo their leave in exchange for 'the employer making cash pay- ments to a qualified tax-exempt organization providing relief for Hurricane Katrina victims. The employer may take either a charitable or business deduction for the amount sent to the charity. The amounts contributed are not subject to employment taxes. Employers must follow the estab- lished guidelines and IRS approval is not required. A leave donation program can be adopted and administered easily. The cash contribution by the employer meet the following crite- ria: Made to a qualified tax- exempt organization - Qualified tax-exempt organizations include religious, charitable and educa- tional organizations. IRS Publication 78, which is available on the IRS.gov website, contains a list of most qualified tax-exempt organizations. Dedicated to Hurricane Katrina relief - Contributions should be made only to organiza- tions involved in providing Hurricane Katrina relief, and ear- marked for that purpose. Paid to the qualified tax- exempt organization by Dec. 31. CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, December I " Monday, December 4, 2006 - 61 payers !: with undeliverable refunds, totaling approximately" $92.2 million with an average refund of $963. "Every year, many taxpayers miss their refunds because they move without notifying the IRS or postal service of a change of address," IRS Commissioner Mark W. Everson said. "For those missing their check, the IRS is making it easier than ever for tax- amount strewn on the taxpayer's payers to update their information and claim their refunds." Taxpayers can use the "Where's My Refund?" feature on the home page of the IRS.gov website to learn the status of their refunds. To use it, a taxpayer must 'enter a 2005 tax return. When the information is sub- mitted, "Where's My Refund?" will display the status of a refund and, in some cases, provide instructions on how to resolve potential account issues. 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