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How come 98,000 federal employees owe $1 billion in back taxes?

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  • Splashfairy 2012/04/17 16:51:02 (edited)
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Splashfairy
    +4
    Hey! How come Warren Buffet's corporation is in a Federal dispute over their unpaid taxes to the tune of 1 Billion?!? Isn't this the man who has a tax legislation named after him?? Geithner owed $40,000 too, eh? If you're in with Barack you get a dodge, but The Anointed One will make damned sure YOU don't dodge paying your taxes. The hypocrisy reeks here!

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  • Harold 2012/05/16 14:47:56
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Harold
    It is mostly because the majority of them are politicians - Senators, etc.
  • Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪ 2012/04/29 14:56:19
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    They can get away with it.
    I've often wondered about these commercials in the last couple years about paying pennies on the dollar if you owe the IRS over $10,000.
    I've always been under the impression if you didn't pay them they would come after you, apparently only some people.
  • Jan Haskell 2012/04/18 22:27:58
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Jan Haskell
    +1
    They find a way to collect from everyone else.
  • Just me ♥ 2012/04/18 02:28:08
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Just me ♥
    +2
    Federal employees in general make good money. Sounds like they were living beyond their means.
  • Yosyp 2012/04/18 02:17:48 (edited)
    It's ok, they are Federal employees...
    Yosyp
    +1
    I hate it when people put two choices and neither one is what I want to use, but to beable to comment I picked this one. ... Maybe federal employees are no different than private employees, for whatever reason they got behind, owing taxes does not necessarily mean they will never pay taxes. They might be late and most cases they pay penalties This is they way it works in the Ukraine, probably how it is in the USA, everything dosen't have to be a conspiracy or some evil plan.
  • jt 2012/04/18 02:07:55
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    jt
  • bob h. 2012/04/17 23:25:36
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    bob h.
    +2
    Who said that O'Reallt or Hardly?
  • Splashfairy 2012/04/17 16:51:02 (edited)
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Splashfairy
    +4
    Hey! How come Warren Buffet's corporation is in a Federal dispute over their unpaid taxes to the tune of 1 Billion?!? Isn't this the man who has a tax legislation named after him?? Geithner owed $40,000 too, eh? If you're in with Barack you get a dodge, but The Anointed One will make damned sure YOU don't dodge paying your taxes. The hypocrisy reeks here!
  • Reichstolz 2012/04/17 16:06:45
    It's ok, they are Federal employees...
    Reichstolz
    +1
    What part of federal employee don't you understand? Their salaries are paid by tax dollars, so does it really matter what they "give back" in taxes. They are a net negative on the economy and every tax payer. No different than any other government worker.
  • cut and paste king 2012/04/17 15:52:46 (edited)
    It's ok, they are Federal employees...
    cut and paste king
    +1
    Internal Revenue Service in 2010.

    Click on table headers to sort alphabetically by name or numerically by dollar amount, or use the search field to filter by keyword.Search ORGANIZATION/TYPE OF WORKER NUMBER OF DELINQUENT EMPLOYEES BALANCE OWED
    TO THE IRS DELINQUENCY RATE
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 742 $13,066,643 2.20%
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 5 $18,218 9.43%
    American Battle Monuments Commission - - -
    Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $85,476 5.22%
    Broadcasting Board of Governors 62 $728,848 3.50%
    Civilian retired 37,258 $469,896,027 1.98%
    Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled - - -
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission 19 $243,644 2.72%
    Consumer Product Safety Commission 13 $89,441 2.55%
    Corporation for National and Community Service 13 $59,911 2.06%
    Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 58 $413,427 4.63%
    Defense Nuclear Facilities SafetyBoard - - -
    Department of Agriculture 2,269 $17,185,736 2.10%
    Department of Commerce 1,739 $27,433,827 3.54%
    Department of Defense 4,607 $39,490,022 3.19%
    Department of Education 176 $4,286,496 3.88%
    Department of Energy 322 $4,932,109 1.94%
    Department of Health and Human Services 2,919 $40,697,493 3.51%
    Department of Homeland Security 4,647 $36,984...















































































    Internal Revenue Service in 2010.

    Click on table headers to sort alphabetically by name or numerically by dollar amount, or use the search field to filter by keyword.Search ORGANIZATION/TYPE OF WORKER NUMBER OF DELINQUENT EMPLOYEES BALANCE OWED
    TO THE IRS DELINQUENCY RATE
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 742 $13,066,643 2.20%
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 5 $18,218 9.43%
    American Battle Monuments Commission - - -
    Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $85,476 5.22%
    Broadcasting Board of Governors 62 $728,848 3.50%
    Civilian retired 37,258 $469,896,027 1.98%
    Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled - - -
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission 19 $243,644 2.72%
    Consumer Product Safety Commission 13 $89,441 2.55%
    Corporation for National and Community Service 13 $59,911 2.06%
    Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 58 $413,427 4.63%
    Defense Nuclear Facilities SafetyBoard - - -
    Department of Agriculture 2,269 $17,185,736 2.10%
    Department of Commerce 1,739 $27,433,827 3.54%
    Department of Defense 4,607 $39,490,022 3.19%
    Department of Education 176 $4,286,496 3.88%
    Department of Energy 322 $4,932,109 1.94%
    Department of Health and Human Services 2,919 $40,697,493 3.51%
    Department of Homeland Security 4,647 $36,984,922 2.46%
    Department of Housing and Urban Development 391 $5,021,404 3.89%
    Department of Justice 2,069 $17,662,076 1.77%
    Department of Labor 457 $7,141,207 2.75%
    Department of State 349 $3,958,293 2.94%
    Department of the Air Force 6,062 $49,522,513 3.11%
    Department of the Army 12,286 $105,478,429 3.83%
    Department of the Interior 1,923 $13,301,234 2.43%
    Department of the Navy 7,341 $70,882,416 3.05%
    Department of the Treasury 1,181 $9,303,278 0.96%
    Department of Transportation 1,236 $16,139,290 2.13%
    Department of Veterans Affairs 11,659 $151,082,033 3.78%
    Environmental Protection Agency 413 $19,473,477 2.20%
    Executive Office of the President 36 $833,970 2.01%
    Export-Import Bank of the United States 8 $168,907 2.10%
    Farm Credit Administration 6 $10,917 2.09%
    Federal Communications Commission 71 $1,084,544 3.88%
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 185 $3,155,313 2.27%
    Federal Election Commission 11 $97,354 3.15%
    Federal Housing Finance Agency 11 $249,316 2.43%
    Federal Labor Relations Authority 7 $1,439 4.93%
    Federal Maritime Commission 5 $32,126 3.91%
    Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service 4 $38,849 1.64%
    Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission 3 - 4.29%
    Federal Reserve System - Board of Governors 91 $1,265,152 4.86%
    Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board 5 $66,707 5.26%
    Federal Trade Commission 26 $262,677 2.19%
    Financial Crisis Inquiry Board 3 $634,138 5.36%
    General Services Administration 424 $4,286,658 3.29%
    Government Accountability Office 65 $788,873 2.04%
    Government Printing Office 156 $2,122,322 6.81%
    Institute of Museum and Library Services 7 $17,201 8.14%
    Int'l Boundary and Water Comm: U.S. and Mexico 9 $216,749 3.33%
    Inter-American Foundation 3 $9 7.50%
    Medicare Payment Advisory Commission 3 $6,181 5.77%
    Merit Systems Protection Board 8 $140,716 3.65%
    Military active duty 29,482 $111,027,905 2.00%
    MILITARY Reserves/National Guard 31,299 $228,836,638 2.37%
    Military retired 83,051 $1,576,023,976 3.83%
    Millennium Challenge Corporation 13 $28,484 4.45%
    Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation - - -
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration 313 $4,405,790 1.68%
    National Archives and Records Administration 99 $328,768 2.81%
    National Capital Planning Commission - - -
    National Credit Union Administration 12 $66,144 1.11%
    National Endowment for the Arts 5 $31,411 2.79%
    National Endowment for the Humanities 4 $96,152 2.11%
    National Labor Relations Board 47 $524,931 2.74%
    National Mediation Board - - -
    National Science Foundation 51 $512,535 3.44%
    National Transportation Safety Board 8 $78,580 2.08%
    Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission - - -
    Office of Personnel Management 155 $1,917,149 2.48%
    Other civilian 3,778 $37,960,267
    Overseas Private Investment Corporation 4 $7,535 1.90%
    Peace Corps 20 $95,767 2.14%
    Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 35 $291,473 3.69%
    Presidio Trust 15 $725,633 4.34%
    Railroad Retirement Board 27 $425,644
    Recovery Act Accountability and Transparency Board - - -
    Securities and Exchange Commission 98 $1,146,843 2.50%
    Selective Service System 3 $777 1.68%
    Small Business Administration 216 $3,930,497 5.37%
    Smithsonian Institution 250 $2,434,589 5.03%
    Social Security Administration 2,030 $20,144,559 2.90%
    Tennessee Valley Authority 294 $4,622,722 2.44%
    U.S. Agency for International Development 161 $1,177,829 3.88%
    U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board - - -
    U.S. Commission on Civil Rights - - -
    U.S. Election Assistance Commission - - -
    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 96 $1,579,559 3.78%
    U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum 9 $93,341 4.81%
    U.S. House of Representatives 467 $8,535,974 4.24%
    U.S. International Trade Commission 6 $37,534 1.51%
    U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 60 $801,163 1.42%
    U.S. Office of Government Ethics 5 $22,160 6.49%
    U.S. Office of Special Counsel - - -
    U.S. Postal Service 25,640 $269,641,265 3.84%
    U.S. Senate 217 $2,134,501 3.08%
    U.S. Tax Court 5 $62,508 2.25%
    United States Access Board (Architectural and Transportation Barriers
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  • Kane Fernau 2012/04/17 15:50:26
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Kane Fernau
    +4
    98,000 federal employees should be fired.
  • crewzer1 2012/04/17 15:43:18
    It's ok, they are Federal employees...
    crewzer1
    +3
    Who needs to pay taxes when you are invoved in raking the American Citizens?
  • J 2012/04/17 15:37:55
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    J
    +2
    Is this because they just didn't want to pay? Because they didn't think they had to? Hold their salaries, put them under house-arrest, and force them to work with road-crews cleaning the highways until they are able to get those taxes paid.
  • cut and... J 2012/04/17 16:03:38
    cut and paste king
    +1
    its not individual people is government depts
    Internal Revenue Service in 2010.

    Click on table headers to sort alphabetically by name or numerically by dollar amount, or use the search field to filter by keyword.Search ORGANIZATION/TYPE OF WORKER NUMBER OF DELINQUENT EMPLOYEES BALANCE OWED
    TO THE IRS DELINQUENCY RATE
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 742 $13,066,643 2.20%
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 5 $18,218 9.43%
    American Battle Monuments Commission - - -
    Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $85,476 5.22%
    Broadcasting Board of Governors 62 $728,848 3.50%
    Civilian retired 37,258 $469,896,027 1.98%
    Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled - - -
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission 19 $243,644 2.72%
    Consumer Product Safety Commission 13 $89,441 2.55%
    Corporation for National and Community Service 13 $59,911 2.06%
    Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 58 $413,427 4.63%
    Defense Nuclear Facilities SafetyBoard - - -
    Department of Agriculture 2,269 $17,185,736 2.10%
    Department of Commerce 1,739 $27,433,827 3.54%
    Department of Defense 4,607 $39,490,022 3.19%
    Department of Education 176 $4,286,496 3.88%
    Department of Energy 322 $4,932,109 1.94%
    Department of Health and Human Services 2,919 $40,697,493 3.51%
    D...















































































    its not individual people is government depts
    Internal Revenue Service in 2010.

    Click on table headers to sort alphabetically by name or numerically by dollar amount, or use the search field to filter by keyword.Search ORGANIZATION/TYPE OF WORKER NUMBER OF DELINQUENT EMPLOYEES BALANCE OWED
    TO THE IRS DELINQUENCY RATE
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 742 $13,066,643 2.20%
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 5 $18,218 9.43%
    American Battle Monuments Commission - - -
    Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $85,476 5.22%
    Broadcasting Board of Governors 62 $728,848 3.50%
    Civilian retired 37,258 $469,896,027 1.98%
    Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled - - -
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission 19 $243,644 2.72%
    Consumer Product Safety Commission 13 $89,441 2.55%
    Corporation for National and Community Service 13 $59,911 2.06%
    Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 58 $413,427 4.63%
    Defense Nuclear Facilities SafetyBoard - - -
    Department of Agriculture 2,269 $17,185,736 2.10%
    Department of Commerce 1,739 $27,433,827 3.54%
    Department of Defense 4,607 $39,490,022 3.19%
    Department of Education 176 $4,286,496 3.88%
    Department of Energy 322 $4,932,109 1.94%
    Department of Health and Human Services 2,919 $40,697,493 3.51%
    Department of Homeland Security 4,647 $36,984,922 2.46%
    Department of Housing and Urban Development 391 $5,021,404 3.89%
    Department of Justice 2,069 $17,662,076 1.77%
    Department of Labor 457 $7,141,207 2.75%
    Department of State 349 $3,958,293 2.94%
    Department of the Air Force 6,062 $49,522,513 3.11%
    Department of the Army 12,286 $105,478,429 3.83%
    Department of the Interior 1,923 $13,301,234 2.43%
    Department of the Navy 7,341 $70,882,416 3.05%
    Department of the Treasury 1,181 $9,303,278 0.96%
    Department of Transportation 1,236 $16,139,290 2.13%
    Department of Veterans Affairs 11,659 $151,082,033 3.78%
    Environmental Protection Agency 413 $19,473,477 2.20%
    Executive Office of the President 36 $833,970 2.01%
    Export-Import Bank of the United States 8 $168,907 2.10%
    Farm Credit Administration 6 $10,917 2.09%
    Federal Communications Commission 71 $1,084,544 3.88%
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 185 $3,155,313 2.27%
    Federal Election Commission 11 $97,354 3.15%
    Federal Housing Finance Agency 11 $249,316 2.43%
    Federal Labor Relations Authority 7 $1,439 4.93%
    Federal Maritime Commission 5 $32,126 3.91%
    Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service 4 $38,849 1.64%
    Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission 3 - 4.29%
    Federal Reserve System - Board of Governors 91 $1,265,152 4.86%
    Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board 5 $66,707 5.26%
    Federal Trade Commission 26 $262,677 2.19%
    Financial Crisis Inquiry Board 3 $634,138 5.36%
    General Services Administration 424 $4,286,658 3.29%
    Government Accountability Office 65 $788,873 2.04%
    Government Printing Office 156 $2,122,322 6.81%
    Institute of Museum and Library Services 7 $17,201 8.14%
    Int'l Boundary and Water Comm: U.S. and Mexico 9 $216,749 3.33%
    Inter-American Foundation 3 $9 7.50%
    Medicare Payment Advisory Commission 3 $6,181 5.77%
    Merit Systems Protection Board 8 $140,716 3.65%
    Military active duty 29,482 $111,027,905 2.00%
    MILITARY Reserves/National Guard 31,299 $228,836,638 2.37%
    Military retired 83,051 $1,576,023,976 3.83%
    Millennium Challenge Corporation 13 $28,484 4.45%
    Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation - - -
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration 313 $4,405,790 1.68%
    National Archives and Records Administration 99 $328,768 2.81%
    National Capital Planning Commission - - -
    National Credit Union Administration 12 $66,144 1.11%
    National Endowment for the Arts 5 $31,411 2.79%
    National Endowment for the Humanities 4 $96,152 2.11%
    National Labor Relations Board 47 $524,931 2.74%
    National Mediation Board - - -
    National Science Foundation 51 $512,535 3.44%
    National Transportation Safety Board 8 $78,580 2.08%
    Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission - - -
    Office of Personnel Management 155 $1,917,149 2.48%
    Other civilian 3,778 $37,960,267
    Overseas Private Investment Corporation 4 $7,535 1.90%
    Peace Corps 20 $95,767 2.14%
    Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 35 $291,473 3.69%
    Presidio Trust 15 $725,633 4.34%
    Railroad Retirement Board 27 $425,644
    Recovery Act Accountability and Transparency Board - - -
    Securities and Exchange Commission 98 $1,146,843 2.50%
    Selective Service System 3 $777 1.68%
    Small Business Administration 216 $3,930,497 5.37%
    Smithsonian Institution 250 $2,434,589 5.03%
    Social Security Administration 2,030 $20,144,559 2.90%
    Tennessee Valley Authority 294 $4,622,722 2.44%
    U.S. Agency for International Development 161 $1,177,829 3.88%
    U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board - - -
    U.S. Commission on Civil Rights - - -
    U.S. Election Assistance Commission - - -
    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 96 $1,579,559 3.78%
    U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum 9 $93,341 4.81%
    U.S. House of Representatives 467 $8,535,974 4.24%
    U.S. International Trade Commission 6 $37,534 1.51%
    U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 60 $801,163 1.42%
    U.S. Office of Government Ethics 5 $22,160 6.49%
    U.S. Office of Special Counsel - - -
    U.S. Postal Service 25,640 $269,641,265 3.84%
    U.S. Senate 217 $2,134,501 3.08%
    U.S. Tax Court 5 $62,508 2.25%
    United States Access Board (Architectural and Transportation Barriers
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  • J cut and... 2012/04/17 20:52:23
    J
    There is someONE responsible for these taxes not being paid. Were it you or I, we would be under the prison walls if we owed this much and refused to pay.
  • cut and... J 2012/04/17 21:12:56
    cut and paste king
    those are business that owe the money , they saize their bank accounts their property . same as us .
  • J cut and... 2012/04/18 20:51:27
    J
    Find the responsible parties and make them "pay."
  • cut and... J 2012/04/18 21:00:11
  • mwg0735 2012/04/17 15:32:05
  • cut and... mwg0735 2012/04/17 16:04:09
    cut and paste king
    +2
    soory to dissapoint u
    Internal Revenue Service in 2010.

    Click on table headers to sort alphabetically by name or numerically by dollar amount, or use the search field to filter by keyword.Search ORGANIZATION/TYPE OF WORKER NUMBER OF DELINQUENT EMPLOYEES BALANCE OWED
    TO THE IRS DELINQUENCY RATE
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 742 $13,066,643 2.20%
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 5 $18,218 9.43%
    American Battle Monuments Commission - - -
    Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $85,476 5.22%
    Broadcasting Board of Governors 62 $728,848 3.50%
    Civilian retired 37,258 $469,896,027 1.98%
    Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled - - -
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission 19 $243,644 2.72%
    Consumer Product Safety Commission 13 $89,441 2.55%
    Corporation for National and Community Service 13 $59,911 2.06%
    Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 58 $413,427 4.63%
    Defense Nuclear Facilities SafetyBoard - - -
    Department of Agriculture 2,269 $17,185,736 2.10%
    Department of Commerce 1,739 $27,433,827 3.54%
    Department of Defense 4,607 $39,490,022 3.19%
    Department of Education 176 $4,286,496 3.88%
    Department of Energy 322 $4,932,109 1.94%
    Department of Health and Human Services 2,919 $40,697,493 3.51%
    Department of Homeland Se...















































































    soory to dissapoint u
    Internal Revenue Service in 2010.

    Click on table headers to sort alphabetically by name or numerically by dollar amount, or use the search field to filter by keyword.Search ORGANIZATION/TYPE OF WORKER NUMBER OF DELINQUENT EMPLOYEES BALANCE OWED
    TO THE IRS DELINQUENCY RATE
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 742 $13,066,643 2.20%
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 5 $18,218 9.43%
    American Battle Monuments Commission - - -
    Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $85,476 5.22%
    Broadcasting Board of Governors 62 $728,848 3.50%
    Civilian retired 37,258 $469,896,027 1.98%
    Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled - - -
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission 19 $243,644 2.72%
    Consumer Product Safety Commission 13 $89,441 2.55%
    Corporation for National and Community Service 13 $59,911 2.06%
    Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 58 $413,427 4.63%
    Defense Nuclear Facilities SafetyBoard - - -
    Department of Agriculture 2,269 $17,185,736 2.10%
    Department of Commerce 1,739 $27,433,827 3.54%
    Department of Defense 4,607 $39,490,022 3.19%
    Department of Education 176 $4,286,496 3.88%
    Department of Energy 322 $4,932,109 1.94%
    Department of Health and Human Services 2,919 $40,697,493 3.51%
    Department of Homeland Security 4,647 $36,984,922 2.46%
    Department of Housing and Urban Development 391 $5,021,404 3.89%
    Department of Justice 2,069 $17,662,076 1.77%
    Department of Labor 457 $7,141,207 2.75%
    Department of State 349 $3,958,293 2.94%
    Department of the Air Force 6,062 $49,522,513 3.11%
    Department of the Army 12,286 $105,478,429 3.83%
    Department of the Interior 1,923 $13,301,234 2.43%
    Department of the Navy 7,341 $70,882,416 3.05%
    Department of the Treasury 1,181 $9,303,278 0.96%
    Department of Transportation 1,236 $16,139,290 2.13%
    Department of Veterans Affairs 11,659 $151,082,033 3.78%
    Environmental Protection Agency 413 $19,473,477 2.20%
    Executive Office of the President 36 $833,970 2.01%
    Export-Import Bank of the United States 8 $168,907 2.10%
    Farm Credit Administration 6 $10,917 2.09%
    Federal Communications Commission 71 $1,084,544 3.88%
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 185 $3,155,313 2.27%
    Federal Election Commission 11 $97,354 3.15%
    Federal Housing Finance Agency 11 $249,316 2.43%
    Federal Labor Relations Authority 7 $1,439 4.93%
    Federal Maritime Commission 5 $32,126 3.91%
    Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service 4 $38,849 1.64%
    Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission 3 - 4.29%
    Federal Reserve System - Board of Governors 91 $1,265,152 4.86%
    Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board 5 $66,707 5.26%
    Federal Trade Commission 26 $262,677 2.19%
    Financial Crisis Inquiry Board 3 $634,138 5.36%
    General Services Administration 424 $4,286,658 3.29%
    Government Accountability Office 65 $788,873 2.04%
    Government Printing Office 156 $2,122,322 6.81%
    Institute of Museum and Library Services 7 $17,201 8.14%
    Int'l Boundary and Water Comm: U.S. and Mexico 9 $216,749 3.33%
    Inter-American Foundation 3 $9 7.50%
    Medicare Payment Advisory Commission 3 $6,181 5.77%
    Merit Systems Protection Board 8 $140,716 3.65%
    Military active duty 29,482 $111,027,905 2.00%
    MILITARY Reserves/National Guard 31,299 $228,836,638 2.37%
    Military retired 83,051 $1,576,023,976 3.83%
    Millennium Challenge Corporation 13 $28,484 4.45%
    Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation - - -
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration 313 $4,405,790 1.68%
    National Archives and Records Administration 99 $328,768 2.81%
    National Capital Planning Commission - - -
    National Credit Union Administration 12 $66,144 1.11%
    National Endowment for the Arts 5 $31,411 2.79%
    National Endowment for the Humanities 4 $96,152 2.11%
    National Labor Relations Board 47 $524,931 2.74%
    National Mediation Board - - -
    National Science Foundation 51 $512,535 3.44%
    National Transportation Safety Board 8 $78,580 2.08%
    Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission - - -
    Office of Personnel Management 155 $1,917,149 2.48%
    Other civilian 3,778 $37,960,267
    Overseas Private Investment Corporation 4 $7,535 1.90%
    Peace Corps 20 $95,767 2.14%
    Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 35 $291,473 3.69%
    Presidio Trust 15 $725,633 4.34%
    Railroad Retirement Board 27 $425,644
    Recovery Act Accountability and Transparency Board - - -
    Securities and Exchange Commission 98 $1,146,843 2.50%
    Selective Service System 3 $777 1.68%
    Small Business Administration 216 $3,930,497 5.37%
    Smithsonian Institution 250 $2,434,589 5.03%
    Social Security Administration 2,030 $20,144,559 2.90%
    Tennessee Valley Authority 294 $4,622,722 2.44%
    U.S. Agency for International Development 161 $1,177,829 3.88%
    U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board - - -
    U.S. Commission on Civil Rights - - -
    U.S. Election Assistance Commission - - -
    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 96 $1,579,559 3.78%
    U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum 9 $93,341 4.81%
    U.S. House of Representatives 467 $8,535,974 4.24%
    U.S. International Trade Commission 6 $37,534 1.51%
    U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 60 $801,163 1.42%
    U.S. Office of Government Ethics 5 $22,160 6.49%
    U.S. Office of Special Counsel - - -
    U.S. Postal Service 25,640 $269,641,265 3.84%
    U.S. Senate 217 $2,134,501 3.08%
    U.S. Tax Court 5 $62,508 2.25%
    United States Access Board (Architectural and Transportation Barriers
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  • cut and... mwg0735 2012/04/18 21:01:42 (edited)
    cut and paste king
    actually they are all republicans , they dont let democrats use cayman island banks thats reserved for republicans cayman island republicans welcome
  • mwg0735 cut and... 2012/04/19 02:05:28
  • cut and... mwg0735 2012/04/19 02:29:49
    cut and paste king
    u must be learning from romney are u part of the 1%
  • mwg0735 cut and... 2012/04/19 09:24:20
  • cut and... mwg0735 2012/04/19 09:38:33
    cut and paste king
    a poor person cant live in a waterfront highrise in miami beach my friend miami beach
  • mwg0735 cut and... 2012/04/19 09:42:16
  • cut and... mwg0735 2012/04/19 09:40:30
    cut and paste king
    i know its great to hire a president that hiides millions in the cayman islands to avoid taxes. romney cayman island
  • mwg0735 cut and... 2012/04/19 09:42:03
  • frank 2012/04/17 15:30:40
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    frank
    +3
    I would say take it out of there paycheck but first start with the congressmen who out back taxes, have them clear up traffic tickets, and bad checks that they have written.
  • Gloria 2012/04/17 15:29:58
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Gloria
    +2
    My friend didn't file taxes for seven years because he was depressed. The IRS swept out every bank account & all his wages until every cent was paid back. What's the federal employee excuse?
  • cut and... Gloria 2012/04/17 16:04:59
    cut and paste king
    +1
    its not employees
    Internal Revenue Service in 2010.

    Click on table headers to sort alphabetically by name or numerically by dollar amount, or use the search field to filter by keyword.Search ORGANIZATION/TYPE OF WORKER NUMBER OF DELINQUENT EMPLOYEES BALANCE OWED
    TO THE IRS DELINQUENCY RATE
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 742 $13,066,643 2.20%
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 5 $18,218 9.43%
    American Battle Monuments Commission - - -
    Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $85,476 5.22%
    Broadcasting Board of Governors 62 $728,848 3.50%
    Civilian retired 37,258 $469,896,027 1.98%
    Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled - - -
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission 19 $243,644 2.72%
    Consumer Product Safety Commission 13 $89,441 2.55%
    Corporation for National and Community Service 13 $59,911 2.06%
    Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 58 $413,427 4.63%
    Defense Nuclear Facilities SafetyBoard - - -
    Department of Agriculture 2,269 $17,185,736 2.10%
    Department of Commerce 1,739 $27,433,827 3.54%
    Department of Defense 4,607 $39,490,022 3.19%
    Department of Education 176 $4,286,496 3.88%
    Department of Energy 322 $4,932,109 1.94%
    Department of Health and Human Services 2,919 $40,697,493 3.51%
    Department of Homeland Securi...















































































    its not employees
    Internal Revenue Service in 2010.

    Click on table headers to sort alphabetically by name or numerically by dollar amount, or use the search field to filter by keyword.Search ORGANIZATION/TYPE OF WORKER NUMBER OF DELINQUENT EMPLOYEES BALANCE OWED
    TO THE IRS DELINQUENCY RATE
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 742 $13,066,643 2.20%
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 5 $18,218 9.43%
    American Battle Monuments Commission - - -
    Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $85,476 5.22%
    Broadcasting Board of Governors 62 $728,848 3.50%
    Civilian retired 37,258 $469,896,027 1.98%
    Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled - - -
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission 19 $243,644 2.72%
    Consumer Product Safety Commission 13 $89,441 2.55%
    Corporation for National and Community Service 13 $59,911 2.06%
    Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 58 $413,427 4.63%
    Defense Nuclear Facilities SafetyBoard - - -
    Department of Agriculture 2,269 $17,185,736 2.10%
    Department of Commerce 1,739 $27,433,827 3.54%
    Department of Defense 4,607 $39,490,022 3.19%
    Department of Education 176 $4,286,496 3.88%
    Department of Energy 322 $4,932,109 1.94%
    Department of Health and Human Services 2,919 $40,697,493 3.51%
    Department of Homeland Security 4,647 $36,984,922 2.46%
    Department of Housing and Urban Development 391 $5,021,404 3.89%
    Department of Justice 2,069 $17,662,076 1.77%
    Department of Labor 457 $7,141,207 2.75%
    Department of State 349 $3,958,293 2.94%
    Department of the Air Force 6,062 $49,522,513 3.11%
    Department of the Army 12,286 $105,478,429 3.83%
    Department of the Interior 1,923 $13,301,234 2.43%
    Department of the Navy 7,341 $70,882,416 3.05%
    Department of the Treasury 1,181 $9,303,278 0.96%
    Department of Transportation 1,236 $16,139,290 2.13%
    Department of Veterans Affairs 11,659 $151,082,033 3.78%
    Environmental Protection Agency 413 $19,473,477 2.20%
    Executive Office of the President 36 $833,970 2.01%
    Export-Import Bank of the United States 8 $168,907 2.10%
    Farm Credit Administration 6 $10,917 2.09%
    Federal Communications Commission 71 $1,084,544 3.88%
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 185 $3,155,313 2.27%
    Federal Election Commission 11 $97,354 3.15%
    Federal Housing Finance Agency 11 $249,316 2.43%
    Federal Labor Relations Authority 7 $1,439 4.93%
    Federal Maritime Commission 5 $32,126 3.91%
    Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service 4 $38,849 1.64%
    Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission 3 - 4.29%
    Federal Reserve System - Board of Governors 91 $1,265,152 4.86%
    Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board 5 $66,707 5.26%
    Federal Trade Commission 26 $262,677 2.19%
    Financial Crisis Inquiry Board 3 $634,138 5.36%
    General Services Administration 424 $4,286,658 3.29%
    Government Accountability Office 65 $788,873 2.04%
    Government Printing Office 156 $2,122,322 6.81%
    Institute of Museum and Library Services 7 $17,201 8.14%
    Int'l Boundary and Water Comm: U.S. and Mexico 9 $216,749 3.33%
    Inter-American Foundation 3 $9 7.50%
    Medicare Payment Advisory Commission 3 $6,181 5.77%
    Merit Systems Protection Board 8 $140,716 3.65%
    Military active duty 29,482 $111,027,905 2.00%
    MILITARY Reserves/National Guard 31,299 $228,836,638 2.37%
    Military retired 83,051 $1,576,023,976 3.83%
    Millennium Challenge Corporation 13 $28,484 4.45%
    Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation - - -
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration 313 $4,405,790 1.68%
    National Archives and Records Administration 99 $328,768 2.81%
    National Capital Planning Commission - - -
    National Credit Union Administration 12 $66,144 1.11%
    National Endowment for the Arts 5 $31,411 2.79%
    National Endowment for the Humanities 4 $96,152 2.11%
    National Labor Relations Board 47 $524,931 2.74%
    National Mediation Board - - -
    National Science Foundation 51 $512,535 3.44%
    National Transportation Safety Board 8 $78,580 2.08%
    Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission - - -
    Office of Personnel Management 155 $1,917,149 2.48%
    Other civilian 3,778 $37,960,267
    Overseas Private Investment Corporation 4 $7,535 1.90%
    Peace Corps 20 $95,767 2.14%
    Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 35 $291,473 3.69%
    Presidio Trust 15 $725,633 4.34%
    Railroad Retirement Board 27 $425,644
    Recovery Act Accountability and Transparency Board - - -
    Securities and Exchange Commission 98 $1,146,843 2.50%
    Selective Service System 3 $777 1.68%
    Small Business Administration 216 $3,930,497 5.37%
    Smithsonian Institution 250 $2,434,589 5.03%
    Social Security Administration 2,030 $20,144,559 2.90%
    Tennessee Valley Authority 294 $4,622,722 2.44%
    U.S. Agency for International Development 161 $1,177,829 3.88%
    U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board - - -
    U.S. Commission on Civil Rights - - -
    U.S. Election Assistance Commission - - -
    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 96 $1,579,559 3.78%
    U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum 9 $93,341 4.81%
    U.S. House of Representatives 467 $8,535,974 4.24%
    U.S. International Trade Commission 6 $37,534 1.51%
    U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 60 $801,163 1.42%
    U.S. Office of Government Ethics 5 $22,160 6.49%
    U.S. Office of Special Counsel - - -
    U.S. Postal Service 25,640 $269,641,265 3.84%
    U.S. Senate 217 $2,134,501 3.08%
    U.S. Tax Court 5 $62,508 2.25%
    United States Access Board (Architectural and Transportation Barriers
    (more)
  • Mike 2012/04/17 15:27:05
    Hold their salaries until they pay the back taxes...
    Mike
    +4
    Entitlement

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