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Does the IRS owe you money?

Staff report

Several Carson City and Dayton taxpayers have not received their income tax refund checks, which average $1,300 each.

Statewide there are 481 Nevadans who are missing income tax returns, totaling more than $1.9 million. The checks can be reissued when the IRS receives a correct or updated address.

Nationally, more than 95,000 taxpayers are owed $92 million, and in some cases, a taxpayer has more than one check waiting.

Taxpayers can inform the IRS of their correct address by filing Form 8822, Change of Address; or by calling 1-800-829-1040. Form 8822 can be found at IRS.gov or by calling 1-800-829-3676.

The best way to avoid being on the undeliverable list in the future is to use direct deposit, according to the IRS. Direct deposit guards against theft or lost refund checks and is available for both paper and electronic returns. Use of direct deposit was up 8 percent this year from last year. About 57 million taxpayers chose it over a paper check.

In Carson City, 89701:

Brian R. Hutchins

Gil and Lauren Delacruz

Shawn Conners

Christopher Jones

Rigoberto Montes and

Amalea G. Nabarro

Joey De Jesus

Kris Aragon

Maria Wright

Karla Silis

Richard and Melissa Angel

89702:

Robin Ann Vechery

Douglas Geist

Andre Olivan and Amber Vega

89703:

Douglas Johnson

Miguel Godoy

Doyle Yockey

Zane Sturlin

Paul Lessard

Jessica Rubio

89705 and 89706:

Mark K. Walker

Matthew S. Griffin

Tiffany Parr-Andrews

Abelino Rios Lara and M. Nuñez Solis

Benjamin K. Jensen

Montoya and Juan F. Findlay

Robert L. Story

Maureen L. Gieg

89709 and 89721:

Rigoberto Diaz

Tiffany Willard

Stuart and Debra Meredith

Dayton, 89403:

Roger and Marcella Bishop

Joseph R. Sandoval