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Curt CPA

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I have a new client (S Corp) who was assessed a $6300 IRS civil penalty for failure to file the company's 2012 W2s with the govt.
At the time the W2s should have been filed with SSA, my client was under the assumption that his new payroll company would be handling the 2012 W2 filing.
This oversight was purely inadvertent and all payroll taxes were paid timely.
Any advice as to how to approach IRS to request abatement / relief from this outrageously high penalty?
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