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My employer has taken payroll taxes from my payroll each time I was paid. For the last four years he has provided me with A 1099 and a W2. He states that this is an error from his payroll company and advises me to file the 1099 and the W-2 although I have paid taxes on all monies paid to me. When filing my taxes instead of receiving a refund which is what normally would happen I always end up owing . Is my employer responsible for the amount that I owed to the IRS because he did not pay the payroll taxes and the amount that was deducted from my paycheck or is he just responsible for the amount I owed to the IRS I don't think this is fair I think he's giving me false information can somebody help

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