Claim: The IRS has moved its offices from Washington, D.C., to Costa Rica.
Example: [Collected via e-mail, 2007]
The IRS seems to have disappeared from Washington, D.C.
There are some “strong” rumors coming to us today that some very major things are going to begin to happen in our country (and around the world) starting possibly as early as tomorrow.
These “may” be rumors or they may not be — only time will tell.
Our researcher just got back from Washington, D.C., and he confirmed that the IRS has moved out of
I know for a fact that a large chunk of the IRS has been moved to Costa Rica.
Origins: Although many a taxpayer may dream of the day when the Internal Revenue Service closes up shop or find a delicious irony in the IRS’ offshoring itself to a place such as Costa Rica (as if to escape its own tax liability), the agency hasn’t really gone anywhere.
A torrential downpour that hit Washington, D.C., on
Archives, and other nearby buildings, flooding the basement facilities of IRS headquarters at
Most of the 2,000 employees at “eleven-eleven” were moved to temporary cubicles and offices in New Carrollton, Maryland, where
Last updated: 25 January 2007