Social Security, Treasury target taxpayers for their parents decades-old debtsWashington Post
Apr. 15, 2014
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Social Security stops trying to collect on old debts by seizing tax refunds A few weeks ago, with no notice, the U.S. government intercepted Mary Grice’s tax refunds from both the IRS and the state of Maryland. Grice had no idea that Uncle Sam had seized her money until some days later, when she got a letter saying that her refund had gone to satisfy an old debt to the government — a very old debt.