- Associated Press - Monday, September 21, 2015

OAKRIDGE, Ore. (AP) - The Internal Revenue Service has filed tax liens against the Oakridge Loyal Order of the Moose, saying the fraternal order owes more than $24,200 in back federal taxes, interest and penalties.

The Register-Guard in Eugene reports (https://bit.ly/1FWUuRw ) that the debt stems from 2006 to 2014. According to liens the IRS filed last month with Lane County Deeds and Records, the debt comes from the lodge’s two employees.

The government files liens after it has notified the debtor of the amount owed and the debtor has declined to pay. The lien lays claim to the debtor’s real estate.

Lodge administrator Dennis Foster says he is not familiar with the liens and that the matter had been resolved earlier this year.

The IRS says it won’t comment on a specific lien.


Information from: The Register-Guard, https://www.registerguard.com

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