The IRS is mailing out “probably thousands” of threatening letters that warn taxpayers their property is about to be seized for unpaid taxes — even though the government already got its money, The Post has learned.
The scary situation is the latest snafu involving the hated agency, which last year issued similarly baseless threats to confiscate state tax refunds to cover purportedly unpaid federal taxes, CNBC reported at the time.
That blunder came after House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) in August called on the IRS to stop sending out notices for unpaid taxes because it had let about 12 million pieces of mail pile up during the summer.
One recent “Final Balance Due Reminder” reviewed by The Post falsely claims that “we have not received your overdue tax after sending several notices to you.”
“You must pay your balance immediately or we will levy (seize) your property,” it says.
“If you do not make your