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Late filing your taxes?

The IRS estimates about a million people haven’t filed a tax return for 2010 yet. 2010! Are you part of this group? If you are, you could lose money that’s rightfully yours.

More than $750 million is available to refund the taxpayers who overpaid, but those affected must hurry if they want their money back. The deadline to file a return and claim a refund is April 15, 2014. So if you’re among this group of procrastinators, and April 15 passes with no 2010 return filed, the government gets to keep your money! 

Below is the IRS’ list of estimated number of people who haven’t filed and potential refunds in your state:

State or District Estimated Number of Individuals Median Potential Refund Total Potential Refunds
Alabama 15,700 $574 $12,473,000
Alaska 4,700 $649 $4,810,000
Arizona 23,800 $508 $17,517,000
Arkansas 8,400 $562 $6,667,000
California 86,500 $519 $69,752,000
Colorado 17,100 $567 $14,061,000
Connecticut 11,700 $620 $10,304,000
Delaware 3,800 $573 $3,126,000
District of Columbia 3,500 $604 $3,080,000
Florida 56,800 $593 $48,407,000
Georgia 28,400 $539 $22,504,000
Hawaii 6,200 $586 $5,413,000
Idaho 3,500 $490 $2,604,000
Illinois 37,900 $626 $32,696,000
Indiana 19,600 $570 $15,478,000
Iowa 9,200 $576 $7,050,000
Kansas 9,300 $522 $6,986,000
Kentucky 11,500 $576 $8,975,000
Louisiana 17,500 $603 $15,579,000
Maine 3,500 $502 $2,373,000
Maryland 20,700 $575 $18,002,000
Massachusetts 21,000 $560 $17,856,000
Michigan 29,200 $597 $24,259,000
Minnesota 12,700 $516 $9,582,000
Mississippi 8,500 $556 $6,769,000
Missouri 17,900 $514 $13,153,000
Montana 2,900 $534 $2,338,000
Nebraska 4,500 $528 $3,368,000
Nevada 11,400 $570 $9,156,000
New Hampshire 3,800 $602 $3,245,000
New Jersey 29,500 $639 $26,712,000
New Mexico 7,200 $572 $5,915,000
New York 57,400 $623 $50,543,000
North Carolina 24,300 $494 $17,538,000
North Dakota 1,900 $600 $1,551,000
Ohio 32,100 $560 $24,508,000
Oklahoma 15,100 $585 $12,246,000
Oregon 14,300 $519 $10,359,000
Pennsylvania 37,400 $614 $31,009,000
Rhode Island 3,000 $598 $2,472,000
South Carolina 10,200 $532 $7,756,000
South Dakota 2,100 $558 $1,605,000
Tennessee 16,300 $559 $12,839,000
Texas 80,600 $588 $71,998,000
Utah 6,100 $518 $4,705,000
Vermont 1,600 $519 $1,136,000
Virginia 26,300 $568 $22,376,000
Washington 24,800 $640 $23,033,000
West Virginia 4,100 $626 $3,534,000
Wisconsin 10,900 $516 $8,423,000
Wyoming 2,200 $648 $2,045,000
Totals 918,600 $571 $759,889,000

 

Need a 2010 tax form to file?  You can find one on the IRS’ website

Too complicated to file yourself? The tax team at Patrick & Robinson CPAs can help…but don’t wait any longer. Gather all your documents and contact us at Office@CPAsite.com or 904-396-5400.

It’s your money—get it back while you still can!

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