Why The IRS Seized All the Money from a Country Store | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Why The IRS Seized All the Money from a Country Store

Lyndon McLellan owns the L&M Convenience Mart in rural North Carolina. A few months ago, the Internal Revenue Service went to McLellan's bank and seized all the cash in his store's account.

Why?

McLellan had violated a "structuring" law by making cash deposits of under $10,000. Structuring laws are supposed to catch drug traffickers and money launderers. But small business owners can also unknowingly run afoul of these laws.

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