Q: Who do I contact to help me with a issue involving IRS And HR Block
For 2016 taxes my mother and I had HR Block do our taxes. They had my mother claim my daughter and I because I did not make enough. And they told us it would be a better income. We made sure we got all the extra coverage for if we got audited. Which we did. We all fought with the IRS trying to prove our case. The final thing they wanted was to prove my daughter lived with us the whole year. Which I sent Everything I could. And it was obvious that she did. Which she was one at the time. So how much proof do they expect someone to have. Well in the end we never did receive any money and now my mother received a letter from the IRS again she owes yet. HR Block said they were taking care of it with paying that. And I thought HR Block owes what they said we were getting initially
A: I am not clear on your question. If you are asking if HR Block has to pay you the refund that they told your mother she was going to get, from what I am familiar with from some of my clients, that is not included in the audit coverage. You would need to read what they gave you to be sure.
If you are looking for guidance regarding the audit then you would need to call a tax attorney to discuss your case. Most of us offer a free consultation.
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