Can a Delinquent Taxpayer Have a Passport Revoked or Denied?
2019-02/28 The IRS has issued guidance regarding the revocation or denial of passports to delinquent taxpayers. In an information release, the IRS reminded taxpayers that they may not be able to renew a current passport, or obtain a new passport, if they’re “seriously delinquent” in paying federal taxes. A taxpayer is considered to have a seriously delinquent tax debt if he or she owes more than $52,000 (for 2019) and for which a notice of lien has been filed. Read Information Release 2019-23 here: https://bit.ly/2ED09Fj