Today, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer announced that tens of thousands of New York residents have millions of dollars in unclaimed and undelivered tax refunds that must be claimed by April 15th, or else the money that should be in hard-working New Yorkers' pockets will remain in Washington for good. According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), about 62,700 New York residents have failed to file a 2009 return or have undeliverable refunds due to address changes, leaving a median refund of about $620 in the U.S. Treasury instead of in Upstate New York families' savings accounts.
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