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What proof does anybody here have that anything was done? I doubt that the IRS would attempt a court order based upon the limit statements and questions asked.

As far as I'm concerned, the questions have been answered. Let these people determine what the want to do about it. Ethically, morally and financially they are all in the same bed if nothing is done about it.

But, why this person is unwilling to go to a competent tax attorney (client confidentiality privileges) I can't understand.

Probably lives in a red state and only gets FOX news.

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