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Linda underpaid her taxes for the current year by $4,000 due to negligence. a. Calculate Linda s accuracy-related penalty for negligence. $________ b. Assume that the underpayment of taxes by Linda was determined to be fraudulent, and calculate the total amount of Linda s fraud penalty. $________
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