IRS wants $2.1 million from 82-year-old grandmother whose family fled the Nazis | New York Post

The Internal Revenue Service is demanding that an 82-year-old grandmother whose family fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s pay more than $2 million in penalties because she failed to report her father’s endowment to the agency on time. Monica Toth, a resident of the Boston area, is now asking the US Supreme Court to prevent the government from collecting the money, which she claims would violate the Eighth Amendment that protects citizens from excessive fines. Toth’s father fled Jewish persecution in Nazi Germany in the mid-1930s and relocated to Argentina, according to the news site Reason. Read more at #IRS #taxes #nazis The New York Post is your source for breaking news, news about New York, sports, business, entertainment, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, and more. Subscribe to New York Post Sports: Catch the latest news here: Follow The New York Post on: Twitter - Facebook -


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