Journal Staff

People who work for themselves and failed to pay their self-employment taxes may soon be hearing from the Internal Revenue Service.

The agency has launched a new auditing campaign focusing on self-employed residents living on Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the other U.S. territories who haven’t paid their 15.3% self-employment tax. The campaign was posted on the IRS website on Dec. 2, said IRS spokesperson Cecilia Barreda.

It’s one of over 50 “compliance campaigns” from the IRS’ Large Business and International Division that date back . . .

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