IRS Confiscates Veteran’s Tax Return in Violation of Their Own Policies



Veteran Gerrad Branum risked his life for our country. He lost friends in the Twin Towers on 9/11/01 and decided to do something about it. He joined the Army and served for four years. He spent most of that time in Iraq.

On his way home, some of his equipment was lost, not through any fault of his.

The IRS confiscated $1500 of his tax return for equipment that was lost a decade ago. It wasn’t even done within the legal time limit. Branum is going to court on the issue. Why should he have to go to court? Why is the IRS able to just take his tax return out of the clear blue, something he counted on?

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