Friday, September 21, 2012

Suck my dick, IRS.


Internal Revenue Service
1973 N. Rulon White Blvd.
Ogden, UT 84201-0021

09/20/12

To Whom It May Concern:

I do not agree with the changes made to my Federal Income Tax Return from 2010.  As you will see from the enclosed documentation, which includes the completed 2010 return, a copy of the 1099 as retrieved from the tax service I used to file my taxes, as well as a copy of the page on which one can see proof that I entered the income in question, I did, indeed claim the income I am being accused of omitting.
Your documentation states that the unreported income is $20 while my records indicate that is was $20.50 which is the amount I claimed on my return.

Further, I am unclear as to how a supposed discrepancy of $20 can result in $2,629 in taxes.  As I am in one of the lowest tax brackets, as evidenced by my adjusted gross income from 2010 of $38,945, I find it implausible that I would owe such an astronomical figure on such a miniscule amount.

Perhaps you could ask Mitt Romney to pay his fair share before going after someone who is barely getting by.  That’s just a suggestion coming from a tax-paying citizen.

Thank you,

Daisy Eagan

4 comments:

  1. "Laws are for poor people." -someone rich.

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  2. Daisy,
    Instead of being angry with Mitt Romney and any other wealthy people perhaps your energies would be better put use question the POTUS who runs the administration which sought your $20. This president has caused more to be spent under harder working conditions and a poorer economy than any other.
    PS I thought you were wonderful in "Ripe"
    Art

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    1. The explanation is right there in the notice you received. Did you actually read it ?

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    2. As everyone with a high school education knows, spending is determined solely by Congress.

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