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What Is The IRS Statute Of Limitations?

The IRS statute of limitations is the amount of time the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has to collect on unpaid taxes. The statute of limitations is generally 10 years from the date the taxes were due. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule.

If you file a false return or commit tax fraud, the IRS has an unlimited amount of time to collect on the taxes owed. If you don't file a return at all, the IRS also has an unlimited amount of time to collect.

If you're under audit by the IRS, the statute of limitations is put on hold until the audit is complete. Once the audit is finished, you'll have 10 years to pay any taxes owed.

The statute of limitations can be extended if you're in a payment plan with the IRS or if you've filed for bankruptcy.

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