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see my story below: their final response was that I in fact didn't owe another dime! Bug off thieves!

September 24, 2012

Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Fresno, CA 93888-0010

To whom it may concern,

This letter is in response to the letter of notice we received from the Internal Revenue Service this 24th day of September, 2012 regarding the held belief by the Internal Revenue Service that there was a miscalculation on our 2011 Form 1040, which ultimately affects the tax amount being claimed by the IRS as owed. The IRS sent us a letter dated July 11, 2012 that stated schedule A was either incomplete or missing from our filed return and that we were to send them the completed schedule with information supporting the entry of $15322.00 on line 40, Form 1040 on said return. On the 27th day of July, 2012, well within the 20 day deadline requested by the IRS, I mailed the completed schedule A and all necessary documentation that related to and established proof of the $15322.00 on line 40, Form 1040 via certified United States mail, receipt number 7011-2970-0004-2916-4412. Our response was received by you August 5, 2012 @ 3AM per tracking confirmation on the United States Postal Service's website. Line 29 of schedule A, Form 1040 notated as Total Itemized Deductions shows $15322.00 as then transferred to line 40, Form 1040 per instructions given on line 29.

The letter we received this 24th day of September, 2012 states that the changes made to our 2011 tax return were due to a refiguring of our taxable income on line 43 of Form 1040 using the standard deduction because schedule A, Itemized Deductions, was either incomplete or not attached to our filed tax return. Schedule A was not incomplete and as referenced in paragraph 1 was sent as requested by the IRS within the allotted time frame given on their letter dated July 11, 2012. The letter clearly requests our response within 20 days from the date of the letter.

The fact that the letter was not delivered until August 5, 2012 is not our fault and must not serve as grounds for the alterations made by the IRS to our 2011 tax returns. The alterations made to our 2011 tax returns have not been critiqued, verified and approved by us and we have not signed the amended or altered 2011 tax returns you have compiled and are offering in order for the contract inclusive of additional tax to be binding. We do not agree with the assessment made by the IRS and are requiring proof that an amended or altered 2011 tax return has been completed and can be provided in order to warrant a reconciled amount due of $570.85 to you.

Let it be known that all information to justify a reversal has been sent prior and is further enclosed in this letter. Thank you for your attention to this matter and we look forward to your response. I am not willing to communicate via phone, therefore please limit all correspondence to United States mail as this will allow us to keep and make copy of all documentation being sent by you for our records.


Justin Duane, of the Klinkebiel family

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