Payroll Tax question

I have had trouble with my CPA and Bookkeeper for the past two years. Now I am getting these letter from the IRS telling me there are some reports that have not been filed.
My main question is about 2005 941/W2's. I had a bookkeeper look at my payroll information and she give me the number I needed to use. So I worked up my w2's and my 941 with a 941C form. over the year I was a total of (12.21) so I took that data and paid per the form. Now I was getting my information togeather for a bank and I find that she did not do my payroll infomation correctly. I have not filed the 941 or 941C. Should I only file my 941 for 2005. and then when I file my 1st qtr. 2006 include the mistakes from prior year? I am lost.
Thanks Brian
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Each year needs to stand alone. So do not carry any problems from 2005 to 2006. Resolve the 2005 issues with all of the 2005 reports (941, 940, W-2/W-3, etc) and don't forget the state reports as well.
You should be able to beg off any penalties, but not interest. And, you should find another tax professional to help you.
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