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Irs Where Are You?

Discussion in 'ESPN's 04-05 war against tOSU and Tressel' started by horseshoe1, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. horseshoe1

    horseshoe1 Newbie

    If Mo the mouth has recieved all the thousands of dollars from "such and such"
    and from a job that she never attended, and now claiming that ESPN has paid her for her interview (which they deny), then my question is where is the IRS?
    If the IRS gets a report from anyone that I recieved any monies and didn't report it I would be in deep shit, but this idiot gets on national TV and tells of all the monies he has recieved and NOTHING.
    Isn't it great to be a taxpayer and see this shit happen?
     
  2. lloydman

    lloydman NCAA Junkie

  3. ohiobuck94

    ohiobuck94 Buckeye Beach Bum

    I'm sure the IRS is going to get their ear full tomorrow about Clitett. :slappy:
     
  4. BuckeyeInTheBoro

    BuckeyeInTheBoro This space left intentionally blank

    Like I said in another thread you can even get paid (1-15% of recovered amount) for the pleasure of turning him in:


    If you provide sufficiently detailed information on a tax cheat to the Criminal Investigation unit of the Internal Revenue Service, you may receive up to 15 percent of the amount recovered in taxes and penalties (but not interest) as a tip for your tip.

    Just dial the Informant Communication Hotline at 1-800-829-0433. Be sure to tell them upfront that you want to file Form 211, Application for Reward for Original Information. Without it, you won't see any monetary reward.
     
  5. ohiobuck94

    ohiobuck94 Buckeye Beach Bum

    HOw much is 15% of nothing. :slappy:
     
  6. BuckeyeInTheBoro

    BuckeyeInTheBoro This space left intentionally blank

    The IRS doesn't take "nothing" so it's a moot point. Clarett could claim to be broke, but they'll get theirs.
     

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