Owe The IRS, Passport Revoked

U.S. Taxpayers Who Owe the IRS Could Have Their Passport Revoked

Last winter, Congress passed the 2015 Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act to address our nation’s infrastructure. The FAST Act allows the IRS, for the first time, to share information with the State Department, which can cause the State Department to take action against U.S. taxpayers who owe money to the IRS.

Forbes contributor Josh Ungerman’s article, “Don’t Book That Caribbean Vacation If You Owe The IRS–Your Passport May Be Revoked,” cautions that the State Department can revoke existing passports or refuse to issue or renew a passport.

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