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4221Re: [tips_and_tricks] Can you file Form 95 if IRS rejects statement in lieu of W-4 form?

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  • John Wilde
    Nov 11, 2003
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      No you can't. The IRS has been specifically exempted from the Federal
      Tort Claims Act when performing duties under the color of the
      revenue/income tax laws. Your only basis for challenging the improper
      W-4 determination is an 843 claim and abatement. And you need to raise
      five or six issues.

      g'day
      John Wilde

      fastmuscleman wrote:

      >In otherwords,can you file a claim for administrative damages if the
      >IRS instructs your employer to withhold at single with 0 allowances,
      >if you submitted a sworn statement in lieu of W-4 form to your
      >employer or if your employer sends your statement to IRS?
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