MOUNTAINSIDE — The Internal Revenue Service is looking for New Jerseyans who are missing 6,351 economic stimulus checks totaling about $3.82 million and 2,929 regular refund checks totaling nearly $3.16 million that were returned by the U.S. Postal Service due to mailing address errors. The average undelivered stimulus payment is $602 and the average undelivered regular refund is $1078. In some instances, a taxpayer may have both an undelivered stimulus payment and a regular refund. The IRS provided a list [PDF format] of residents with undeliverable checks whose last known address was in our readership area.
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