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Irs Statute Of Limitations 6 Years

There are many different types of IRS statutes of limitations. The most common is the six-year statute of limitations. This statute of limitations applies to most tax return problems. The IRS must assess any tax due within six years from the date the return was filed. If the return was not filed, then the IRS has three years from the date it should have been filed to assess any taxes due.

The six-year statute of limitations also applies to unfiled tax returns. The clock starts ticking on the date the return should have been filed. So if you didn’t file a 2012 return until 2015, the statute of limitations would begin on April 15, 2013, and expire on April 15, 2019.

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