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Good morning. Yes.....if your former service made mistakes which resulted in penalties and/or interest
, then you would have a cause of action against the service for negligence. Any statute of limitations
would not begin until you discovered these errors. Although you would not be entitled to recover for taxes owed as you would have owed these anyway, you would not have incurred the penalties and interest had they not made a mistake. Thus, your former service is liable for these and if they do not pay you voluntarily, file suit against them to force payment.
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