The simple is yes. You need to present the letter to tax professional who can communicate with the IRS on your behalf. You have presented scant facts in you post, and you may not know the facts if your were made a "partner" without you knowledge. Best have a professional investigate the matter and provide you with the appropriate recommendations.
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Yes...or a CPA could assist you as well.
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You should consult a tax attorney or CPA before you call IRS. Either of tax attorney or CPA can represent you.
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Make sure that you hire a tax professional to help you like the other attorneys have stated. You don't want to handle this alone. You can most likely get the income removed from your account, but it's going to take a little work. Please seek legal counsel or a CPA knowledgable with these specific issues. Good luck!
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A tax attorney or a tax CPA can get the fraudulent ownership interest in your name removed. You should have raised this issue and acted upon it when they asked you to sign your ownership interest away. You would have argued that you had no such interest ownership to begin with. Good luck.