Americans and businesses may be asking: Where’s my tax refund?

This year, more Americans and businesses may be asking: Where’s my tax refund?

That’s because cash-strapped states such as North Carolina, Alabama and Hawaii have been forced to slow down issuing income tax refunds to individuals and businesses because of a lack of funds in their budget.

Kansas has hinted that a delay might be possible, and processing paper refunds in Iowa has slowed because the state doesn’t haven’t enough employees to get them processed faster.

Another state, New York, is still considering whether they’ll follow the likes of Hawaii and delay refund payments.

“States typically do this when they are tight and they don’t have a budget in place,” said Karla Dennis, SOURCE

So do you think things are getting better, or can’t you see beyond your nose that things are worst now a little over a year of Barack Obama?

More And More of North Carolina Roads Looking Like this!

 

This is what they call repair? What a laugh!

The so called repaired road above is not the same spot as the unrepaired one above.  It is one of many on the same road!

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3 comments on “Americans and businesses may be asking: Where’s my tax refund?

  1. A little rain and that road will look even worse. You know, you could be in Ca. and will most likely get an IOU instead of a refund. It’s not that they’re slow, they just don’t have any money.

  2. Did that roads picture come from northeastern nc? Looks like a lot of our roads, sad to say.

  3. Southeastern North Carolina, but I see this falling apart of our highways all over! The workers try to glue all those cracks back with a little tar, but the problem is the damage areas are sunk 2 to 3 inches. Look as if the government rather build new roads instead of maintaining the roads we have….don’t make any sense does it?

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