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Could Your Passport Be in Jeopardy if You Owe Back Taxes?

Recently, Congress enacted a new section of the tax code that gave the IRS some additional power that could play a significant role in foreign travel The post Could Your Passport Be in Jeopardy if You Owe Back Taxes? appeared first on IRS & State Tax News, Tips, Opinions and More.
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