Department of the Treasury
Prisoners should not be able to file tax returns and/or get refunds if in prison
Now consider that many gov't offices are located in buildings/structures that were built years ago under previous building code/standards.
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Inform employees that they can eliminate the mailing of the Earnings and Leave statements by "Opting Out" or have employees, who want to receive them via mail, "opt in" to continue receiving paper copies.
I suggest you...move to a 4/10 work week. Four days a week 10 hours a day. This may save money associated with building operation cost and reduce the emissions created by commuters.
I suggest having government employees work four 10 hour days if possible and shut down the buildings for three days thus saving the electricity on those days. I think that it would also be helpful to the public because a lot of people work 9-5 jobs and have to take leave from work if they have business with the government.
social Security Numbers and workiing under them are either also filing fraudenlt tax returns and getting substational refunds -- then when the real person calls to find out why their refunds are on hold the Government then has to write off the original refund that went... more »
Existing toilets can be adapted to use a dual lever that will have two options - 1 for liquid waste that uses less water and 2 for solid waste. While there will be an initial expense to purchase the levers over time we will save water and money.
Everyone knows it is a money saver to stop printing and circulating the $1 bill with a shelf life of only months. Issue a $2 coin alongside the $1 coin to reduce the concern of "too many coins" in a person's pocket!
The IRS currently allows taxpayers who owe taxes to be deemed "uncollectible" if their AGI is $84,000. If you make $84,000/year, you should be able to pay something, instead of getting a "free pass."