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Make a Complaint About a Tax Return Preparer

Most paid tax return preparers are professional, honest and provide excellent service to their clients. The IRS is committed to investigating those who do not meet these standards. For example:

  • Failing to sign tax returns they prepare
  • Failing to use a Preparer Tax Identification Number or using an invalid PTIN
  • Failing to provide clients a copy of their tax return
  • Failing to return a client's records
  • Preparing tax returns with a client's last pay stub
  • Creating false exemptions or dependents
  • Creating false expenses, deductions or credits
  • Creating or omitting income
  • Using an incorrect filing status
  • Altering documents
  • Embezzling a client's refund
  • Using off-the-shelf software or IRS Free File instead of professional software
  • Falsely claiming to be an attorney, certified public accountant, enrolled agent, enrolled retirement plan agent, or enrolled actuary

If you have a complaint, report it on Form 14157, Complaint: Tax Return Preparer. Complete the form and mail it to:
 
Internal Revenue Service
Attn: Return Preparer Office
401 W. Peachtree Street NW
Mail Stop 421-D
Atlanta, GA 30308
 
IRS Tax Tip 2014-07 provides tips on choosing a tax preparer.

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