With $3.3 Billion Owed, Should Tax-Delinquent Federal Employees–Including IRS–Be Fired?
Federal employees are behind in their tax obligations. In fact, 318,000 of them. And the dollars that are due aren’t exactly a rounding error. They add up to $3.3 billion. If you apply the numbers, it works out to a delinquency rate of 3.27%. That is vastly lower than the 8.7% delinquency rate for the entire U.S. population. On the other hand, the federal employee tax delinquency rate is rising, up 2.6% from a year ago.
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