Lori and the IRS

In the post here (https://the325th.com/originally-posted-at-the233rd-com/) I commented on the irony that Lori DeAngelis being in a position to send a parent to jail for non-payment of child support was ironic considering she wasn’t paying a court-ordered settlement to some local court-watchers.

And then I found this…

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has filed SIX Federal Tax Liens filed against Lori DeAngelis spanning FOUR-AND-A-HALF YEARS from January, 2008 to June, 2012.  They include 27 individual entries for non‑payment of taxes spanning NINE YEARS totaling $150,654, comprised of:

  • $1,880 in 940 taxes for THREE tax years (2003/8/9),
  • $40,183 in 941 taxes for NINE tax years from 2002 to 2010, and
  • $108,592 in income taxes for EIGHT tax years from 2003 to 2010.

There are 5 separate liens for the 940 taxes and 941 taxes. The IRS would file one and Lori would pay it off. Then a few months or a year later the IRS would file another one and Lori would pay it off. This went on FOUR-AND-A-HALF YEARS! Please note the language on EVERY SINGLE LIEN:

“We have made a demand for payment of this liability, but it remains unpaid.”

The IRS

THEN, the IRS hit her and George with a doozy. On December 19, 2011 they filed D211304005 for $108,591.47 in unpaid income taxes.

It took Lori and George SEVEN YEARS and three months to pay it off.

She doesn’t want to pay her taxes, but she wants to be able to send parents to jail for not paying child support.

For an understanding of what 940 taxes and 941 taxes are please read this article.  https://emptech.com/irs-form-940-941-944-differences/

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