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  • n. Plural form of nonfiler.

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Examples

  • Confusion about state tax codes explains 15% of so-called nonfilers, said Vaughn Lombardo, executive administrator of the tax discovery division in the Ohio Department of Taxation.

    Cash-Starved States Put Tax Scofflaws in Crosshairs

  • But as with the bank account report, the penalties for nonfilers are harsh: up to $10,000 for each 30 days of nonfiling.

    What's Next for Offshore Accounts?

  • Maybe some of those nonfilers didn't bother filing because the expected refund amount was tiny.

    Time Is Running Out to Collect 2006 Refund

  • Past IRS studies on the issue of noncompliance under the individual income tax suggest that the noncompliance rate—defined as the amount of tax liability for a given year not paid voluntarily and in timely fashion as a percentage of the total “true” tax liability—is in the range of 16.9 percent to 18.8 percent.6 This rate covers the sins of all nonfilers, underreporters, and underpayers.

    RETURN TO PROSPERITY

  • Based on a sample of these returns, nonfilers and potential under-reporters identified by the inspector general could have owed a combined total of $1.4 billion in tax, penalties and interest, the auditor said.

    IRS to Mine Payment Data on Mortgages

  • The alleged malady emerged as a legal defense in the early 1990s when a group of New York tax attorneys were caught in an Internal Revenue Service sweep of nonfilers.

    Failure to File Income Tax Syndrome

  • Meanwhile, the Bush administration has urged turning up the heat on nonfilers.

    The New Crackdown on Tax 'Defiers'

  • And it scared the bejesus out of evaders and nonfilers — who came in, and who DID have to pay the back taxes they owed but not interest and no jail time.

    She Does Not Speak For Me

  • The Web site also notes that the IRS 'Legal Source Tax Crimes program pursues "cases that may threaten the tax system, such as frivolous filers or nonfilers who challenge the legitimacy of the tax laws. ..."

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  • The Web site also notes that the IRS's Legal Source Tax Crimes Program pursues "cases that may threaten the tax system, such as frivolous filers or nonfilers who challenge the legitimacy of the tax laws …."

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