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Here's what the most recent letter says ...

"The total amount of federal withholding shown on your return was more than the amount of withholding your payers reported to us on Forms W2 and/or 1099. Therefore, we're disallowing some of the federal withholding you claimed."

The silly part is, they still have no clue what's going on ... because I did not show any federal withholding on my return. LOL

I was self-employed the entire year and made estimated tax payments as I was supposed to. Looking at their figures, it looks like they counted my estimated tax payments twice. I'm assuming they counted the estimated tax payments I made, and then figured that my employer also withheld that same amount as well.
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