inmate: Prisoners Claim $9.1 Million in First Home Buyer Tax Credits - 06/23/10 09:30 AM
According to a report released today, nearly 1,300 prison inmates have improperly claimed nearly $9.1 million is tax credits.  It has been discovered that at least 1,295 inmates have so far filed false tax returns to claim the tax credit. 
The report states that 4,608 state and federal inmates have filed for these tax credits.  Of those, 1,295 slipped through with tax credit checks being issued. Of the 1,295, 795 of the inmates are serving life sentences.  Florida proved to be especially bad.  Over 60% of the lifetime inmates who received the credits are currently imprisoned in Florida.  That is really surprising an inmate would … (2 comments)

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