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    There is law in the US Code, amended as recently as 2008, in Title 26 that allows the Secretary of the Treasury to make decisions about how, when and when not to credit any tax payer for over-payment on Federal Income Tax.

    It also lays out specific areas of non-federal debt against which the overpayment may be assessed.  (Unemployment Fraud, state tax,es court fees, liens, etc).

    The government has the power to decide what to do with this money and any other money.  It could change and updates these statutes whenever it wants to, provided it has support in both houses and the Oval Office.

    Красота спасет мир --F. Dostoevsky

    by Wisper on Mon Dec 05, 2011 at 01:15:25 PM PST

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