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Hello @n498149c .  See if an answer to your questions is available in our list of frequently asked questions >> https://taxaideqa.aarp.org/hc/en-us

 

If you cannot find an answer, our IRS certified volunteers might be able to help.  You can submit a question which will be reviewed by an AARP-Tax Aide volunteer and you will receive an answer by email within three to five business days.  This option is in the right rail of the page.

 

Thank you. 

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Thank you for your response, however, the IRS is investigating and have been for 3-months, without a resolution.  Has this occurred to anyone and how was it resolved?

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Have you contacted the IRS for guidance? I think they may be able to direct you.
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I received a false W2, that has been reported to the IRS.  Never worked for this company at all.  The IRS is investigation, but it has been 3-months and I need to file my taxes.  How do I file my 2018 taxes without including this company and the information they illegally and falsely provided?  I am concerned it will cause future problems with the IRS.

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