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: IRS and the Law

Spouse forged your signature on a tax return? What are your rights?

By howardlevy

Your name is signed on a joint tax return, but the signatureis not yours. Your spouse signed your name, but did you agree to it? This becomes a problem if there are taxes owed on the return from your spouse, and the IRS starts coming after you for it. That can be a big surprise if you were in the dark to the filing. Whether you are ultimately responsible for the taxes depends on the facts and circumstances of your filing history with your spouse. Procedurally, unauthorized signature cases ar read more

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Full post as published by IRS and the Law on March 14, 2010 (boomark / email).

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