United States may be sued for unauthorized disclosure...
- "Follow That Lead! Obtaining and Using
Tax Information in a Non-Tax Case
*Willful, unauthorized disclosure of tax return information is a
felony, carrying a maximum statutory penalty of five years of
incarceration, a $250,000 fine, and termination of
employment. 26 U.S.C. §7213(a) (1994). Section 7431
provides that the United States may be sued for civil damages
for unauthorized disclosure of tax returns and return
information by a Federal employee."
I was hoping there'd be something here for me, with my job discrimination situation, but this seems to only relate to taxpayers and tax information, all implying that I have a TIN and participate in those privileges. I don't.
Job discrimination: state citizen; Fee Schedule Activation Notice
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> File : /JusticeDeptOnTaxProsecutions.pdf
> Uploaded by : legalbear7 <bear@...>
> Description : 64 Pg Memo-Justice Department on Uniform Tax Prosecutions
Re: IRS IMF request New file uploaded to tips_and_tricksHello tips,
This may be a lot more important than you think, folks, because even if you are convicted on a traffic ticket, the judge is allowed to use your IMF in his sentencing guidelines.
Check it out!!!
May you be richly blessed!
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