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I paid the irs about 99,000 in back taxes and interest in…

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I paid the irs about 99,000 in back taxes and interest in May,2017, can I apply to get the interest back since I refinanced my home and have no savings,im 74 years old and work .

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Dr. Fiona Chen
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Dear Customer,

You can try but the answer probably is definitely no. The only thing may be abated is penalty.

Please feel free to follow up.

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Fiona Chen, MPA, Ph.D., CPA, ABV, CFF, CITP, IMTA

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