The IRS Is Targeting Poor Families That Use TurboTax And Other Low Cost Alternatives To File Their Taxes

This year, especially if you're in the Deep South, the IRS is targeting extremely poor families that use the cheapest method of filing their taxes such as TurboTax and other similar low-cost alternatives to H&R Block and other large Tax Preparation services to file their taxes. Our eyes and ears indicate that Waitresses and other low-income individuals whom have been claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EIC) for their children or other family members that are legal to claim within the Tax Code are now being audited and are being forced to provide mountains of data to the IRS in order to receive their refunds - and because of the enormous amount of paperwork that has to be submitted and the IRS advising people who call-in questioning whether they have submitted exactly what they require - and given answers that will automatically result in the denial of the EIC, will result in hundreds of thousands, or even millions of families that will be screwed out of their EIC because of a mistake by the IRS that opened-up the IRS to massive fraud;

April 3, 2012 ·