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  • Report:  #1831

Complaint Review: IRS - Nationwide

Reported By:
- Citrus Springs, fl,
Submitted:
Tue, March 28, 2000
Updated:
Tue, March 28, 2000

IRS
Department of the Treasury Nationwide, U.S.A.
Web:
N/A
Categories:
Internal Revenue Service

I have a daughter born in 1973 whom i paid child support for up to the time she moved in with me. Prior to that time her mother and she moved from Arkansas to California. There was a dispute with the California child support inforcement people. We went to court in Arkansas and I won the court decision and I did not owe any more support to the State of Calif. In 1998, under some new law, the IRS gave California over $950.00 of my tax return without asking. I have a court document proving I didn't owe the money. The IRS said to contact California for the refund, but, California said they had the money and didn't care what Arkansas courts said. I was told getting a lawyer would cost twice what i would get back. I contacted my state Representative but she could not do anything.

Is there anything else I can do.



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