HI my name is Katie I filed my taxes with h and r block and requested that I have an injured spouse form done the lady that did my taxes through h and r block says she's been working for them for ten years.. so I filed my taxes she printed out and injured spouse form and I immediately mailed it out. Now I have just received a letter from the irs stating that my state taxes has been taken. So I called this h and r block representative and asked why they were taking my taxes of I filed the injured spouse form because she told me that they would not touch my money. Her response to me Is I forgot to do another form for state......which is completely her fault she should have known this this is why I go to h and r block.... I asked to speak with her boss and she said ill have them call you. and another lady at the office that I talked to said she has no "clue" when the boss would be in please help me
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