What Is The IRS Statute Of Limitations?
The IRS Statute of Limitations is the amount of time the IRS has to collect on unpaid taxes. The statute of limitations is different for each type of tax, and there are different rules for when the clock starts ticking.
For most taxes, the IRS has 10 years to collect. However, there are some exceptions. For example, if you file a false return or don't file a return at all, the IRS has an unlimited amount of time to collect. The clock also doesn't start ticking until you actually owe the taxes. So if you're due a refund, the statute of limitations doesn't apply.
There are also special rules for certain types of taxes. For example, payroll taxes have a different statute of limitations than income taxes.
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