Federal Employees Owe More Than $1 Billion In Taxes

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Federal Employees Owe More Than $1 Billion In Taxes

According to the IRS, federal, postal, and congressional employees owe $1.03 billion in unpaid taxes. What do you think?

  • "Interesting. I'll have to remember to be much ruder to my mailman next time I see him."

    Danny Fry
    Grip Boss
  • "Are you still allowed to write a whole news story about a measly billion bucks?"

    Arthur Huth
    Ceramic Restorer
  • "That's horrible. Where ever did these employees of the United States government get the idea that it was acceptable to let their obligations amass into an incomprehensibly large sum and not do a thing to pay it off?"

    Beth Kosloff
    Processing Supervisor
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