HUD, Government Printing Office Employees Most Likely to Be Behind on Taxes

WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 29: Cars drive past the Internal Revenue Service headquarters building in Washington, DC photographed on October 29, 2004. The IRS is investigating whether a speech by NAACP Chairman Julian Bond over the summer that criticized the Bush administration violated a federal law that prohibits tax-exempt charitable organizations from engaging in most forms of political activity.

Photographer: Matthew T. Cavanaugh

Employees at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Government Printing Office are among the federal workers most likely to be delinquent on their taxes, according to data released Tuesday by the government.

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