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Internal Revenue Service spokeswoman Sarah Wreford says the vast majority of them are filed electronically.She say
...Internal Revenue Service spokeswoman Sarah Wreford says the vast majority of them are filed electronically.She
says more than 76 percent of the returns from North Dakota have bee filed electronically so far this year.Last yea
Charles City Press
Recipients are never required to pay federal tax on gifts, said Sarah Wreford, spokeswoman for the Internal Revenue Service in Detroit.The only gift tax is levied against people who give an individual more than $11,000 in one year, she said.
Tower came to a different conclusion after researching the law, spokeswoman Bev Pierce said."We're double-checking that," she
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In a statement, IRS Michigan spokeswoman Sarah Wreford said taxpayers who e-file will get their refunds in half the time.
Taxpayers, preparers in Traverse City rush to meet deadline
IRS state spokeswoman Sarah Wreford said the agency typically receives almost one-third of its total tax returns in the two weeks before the April 15 deadline.
American News | 02/24/2005 | State: Money held for some
"We estimate that half of those who could claim refunds would receive more than $423," said IRS South Dakota spokesperson Sarah Wreford in the press release.Wreford
added in the release, "The window is closing for 2001 refunds.