Tax problem

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  1. mickey_P

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    First off, long time no see GR. How is everything?

    On topic though, I had my taxes prepared at a place called All American Tax Service. I sent the forms out w/o fully looking them over(dumb move) and upon further inspection of the forms, I noticed they got my SS# wrong. What can be done about this? I just called them but got no where. Opinions? Anyone know what I can do to clear this up?
     
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  3. UrbanMasque

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    you're screwed.
     
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  4. MikeyVassallo

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    You aren't going to get hosed for something like they. They will notice it and not accept your file and then you will have to refile.

    If you are using a taxprep service like that chances are you don't make a ton of money so next time try to file your own taxes or use a service like Turbotax for a nominal fee.
     
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  5. mickey_P

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    I knew it.

    Thanks for the input gents. Always appreciated.
     
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  6. Daddio

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    Wife and I didn't do our taxes for 4 years (8 years total), cost us over $800 for H&R Block to figure it all out. One year they said I filed my taxes wrong and said I owed $2500, so I said screw it. 4 years later and they haven't said a thing to my wife but have come after me, lol. Jokes on them, now I get big monies back!

    Revenue Canada, I wove you!
     
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    Pfft do it the American way just don't pay them. Enough said
     
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  8. Daddio

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    I thought you didn't have to do your income tax in the USA as it really isn't illegal to do so. Or am I completely wrong and an igloo making mothertrucker?
     
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