if someone suddenly gets a new good ss number


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I heard that they can do taxes, where i worked at, my boss said he did it all the time, when someone who is not here legally and uses a fake social security; if they suddenly get a good one, they can retroactively get the earned income credit etc, but how do you go about doing this? I know if you have an ITIN nummber and a ffake social in the w2, well you report the ITIN on the 1040, and mail in the fake W2 with the 1040 ( assuming you are paper filing for a current or prior year) , would you do the same say if they haven't filed taxes in a prior year?, would you send the w2 with the fake ss and the good ss number in the 1040?
 
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I really wouldn't. If I thought in my best judgment, something wasn't on the up and up, I might tell my client, I can't use this, I'm sorry, It may come back to bite me.

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Okay, I'm all in favor of giving our low-income clients the same courteous, professional service we give our high-income clients.

I want to advocate for my client with Earned Income Credit or anything else. I mean, I might disagree with something, say, with depreciation on rental real estate, but I don't want to punish my client to prove a political point.

But if I have reason to believe a document is not on the up and up, that's a different matter.
 

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