IRS Cashed Check But Lost Form, She Says, Costing Her $300 To Re-File

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Today’s Bottom Line column:

When a taxpayer makes a mistake on a federal tax return, the taxpayer pays for it. When the taxpayer pays and the IRS then makes a mistake, the taxpayer still pays.

That, says Jill Price of Newington, is her takeaway from her 2011 tax returns, a 1040 gone bad when her tax preparer entered an amount as $1,000 instead of $10,000.

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