The IRS says New Jerseyians are owed $29 million in refunds from 2010. The money is a result of tax returns that weren’t filed that year and refunds that would then be owed to those people. The three year period will be coming to a close on April 15. If qualifying people do not file a tax return by that date, the money is then forfeited. The $29 million is eligible to about 27,000 people who haven’t filed.
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