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Megan C, Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
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I just e filed my 2012 federal and state ( Virginia) returns.

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I just e filed my 2012 federal and state ( Virginia) returns. Virginia billed me for failure to file a return for my former S corp for years 2007-1011. I was in a bad car accident and was unable to file those returns during that period. I have sent the State verification of this and a request to waive those penalties. I know this will be considered good cause. Virginia owes me a refund, personally for 2012. Will they send me that refund, or will they apply it toward the penalties they wish to impose on the S corp?

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Thanks for asking your question! I'm sorry to hear about your tax issue and I'm going to try my best to help you understand or resolve it.

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How are you today?

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Your personal taxes and your business taxes are two separate things.

Customer: Thank you! That's what I was hoping you would say.
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so, you will receive your personal tax refund - it will not be applied to your business taxes

Customer: Thanks so much. Have a great night .
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