The IRS probably gets few letters written in crayon, but in a way they asked for it.
Elite Daily has the story:
Meet Susan F. Smith, a mother fed up with the IRS. Upon receiving a letter to her 6-year-old son from the IRS addressing his tax returns, she naturally responded on his behalf. Here’s a segment from the letter she received back:
Dear Mr. Smith: we don’t recognize Susan F. Smith as someone authorized to discuss your tax file. If you want Susan F. Smith to be authorized to discuss your return we suggest you go online and submit form 8892 and form, etc.
Instead, Paulie Smith wrote back to the tax agency, no doubt with a little help from mom. Here’s his letter:
“For those of you who don’t read crayon,” Elite Daily adds, “the note says:”
I got your letter. I am now 6 years old. It is ok if you talk to my mommy Susan F. Smith about my tax papers until I am 18.
– Paulie Smith