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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Ohio Promises Woman $200m Tax Refund (Albeit via Check, Not Direct-Deposit)

The Sandusky Register reports that a taxpayer received a latter from the Ohio Department of Taxation explaining that her $200 million refund could not be paid by direct deposit but that she would be sent a check:

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9,700 other Ohio taxpayers also received letters promising inflated tax refunds The Department of Taxation blames a "software error."

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Comments

This would seem to be an opportune time to poll reader-practitioners on what state they believe to have the most incompetently administered tax system.

Based on my experience, I would give my vote to Ohio.

Posted by: John | Mar 16, 2011 2:10:26 AM

Georgia, in a landslide.

Posted by: Woody | Mar 16, 2011 5:59:31 PM