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I got a bill from IRS for interest on tax due. The interest charge started on 4/15 and ended on a date that seems to be the time my check got cleared. I did file my tax return with a full-payment check on time. I called IRS and got the interest charge easily dropped. If I were lazy or afraid to call IRS, some of my money would be stolen by IRS without any appreciation. It seems IRS is really error prone. If you have the least bit of doubt on an IRS bill or letter, it seems calling IRS will only cost a little time.
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