Here's EXACTLY what happened in simplified terms...Taxable Income was 1999 was 57,810Tax due for 1999 was 22,647(Yes I paid 39% in taxes that year. What a scam this is.Luckily I've seen learned how to legally reduce this.)So my total tax due for 1999 was 22,647.I made 15,470 in estimated tax payments during the year,leaving 7,248 tax due in April. I paid this amount.Then in June I get a letter saying I paid 15,470 too much,which is obviously all of the estimated taxes I paid, andshould have had to pay. For some reason they said I shouldnot have paid this amount because it was not due. Doh. Sothey send me the 15,470 back as a refund.Fast forward to last week. They send me a letter saying theyhave disallowed 15,470 of the federal withholding I claimed.Hello?! I didn't claim any federal withholding.So, I think this explains the scenario pretty well. Can anyof you pros tell if this is assessable or unassessable? Anyadvice on how I should proceed with this? My CPA is prettylame so I think I'll have to find someone else. I hate startingover from scratch with new people ... ugh ...Thanks.
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