2,200 Bay Area residents owed $700k in tax refunds
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- 2,200 lucky people in the Bay Area are owed a significant chunk of change by the IRS.
Specifically, the IRS owes 2,280 Bay Area taxpayers almost $700,000. That is an average of more than $1,250 per person. The money is in the form of undelivered refund checks sent to homes where the taxpayer no longer lives.
The IRS says people who think they are owed money should go to website IRS.gov and click on "Where's my refund."
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