IRS Advocates Christine Jennifer Mckenna,Robert McCausland IRS Advocates are not CPA's Questionable independant organizations IRS uses Internet
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IRS warnings of scam emails are prevalent these days but they have not alerted taxpayers of the independent organizations they are using within their agency called Taxpayer Advocates.
These "advocates" are not qualified CPA's nor Accountants that can actually guide you on your tax issues. In some cases they are not even qualified to obtain your personal information.
Letters via email are known to be Scams. USPS letters that arrive by regular mail are being sent out to unsuspecting taxpayers in order to acquire personal data that you wouldn't normally offer to a stranger. Be extremely cautious if you or your employer receives a letter questioning your Withholding Allowances.
These letters instruct your employer to no longer honor the allowances you claim on your tax forms.
It instructs them to withhold at 0. According to the Federal Trade Commission no one decides that for you. Employers are worried if they don't comply they will be liable for taxes owed by their employees. (according to the irs.gov website)
The only website for tax related/IRS answers is www.irs.gov
If you get a letter that pertains to Lock-in withholding allowances from an IRS Advocate please do yourself a favor and check it out before contacting them.
If the letter has no Originating Office or Signature report it.
You could be dealing with a case of fraud. Taxpayer Advocates a.k.a Whistle Blowers are making it easier for Scammers to acquire your personal information and they are utilizing the IRS Credentials to do it!
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