The Internal Revenue Service is looking for 11,278 Florida taxpayers to whom it owes a combined $19.7 million in refund checks, reports the St. Petersburg Times.

The checks, which were returned to the IRS because of mailing address errors, are each for an average of $1,747, said IRS spokesperson Mike Dobzinski.

Across the country, 111,893 checks β€” adding up to $164.6 million β€” were undeliverable.

Those who believe they are owed money can check the status of their refunds on the IRS website under the β€œWhere’s My Refund?” link. Taxpayers can update their mailing addresses, if they are eligible, and have the check reissued.

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