What Is The IRS Statute Of Limitations?
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a statute of limitations that determines how long taxpayers have to file their taxes and how long the IRS can pursue them for any tax-related issues. Knowing what this statute is and understanding when it applies is essential for any taxpayer.
The IRS statue of limitations provides an expiration date on collection efforts by the government, allowing taxpayers to rest assured that they won't face indefinite tax liabilities. The statute typically starts running from the day a return was due or the day it was actually filed, whichever comes first. Generally, most federal income tax debts are subject to a 10-year collection period unless certain exceptions apply or if IRS files a Notice of Federal Tax Lien against you. Additionally, some states also impose their own statutes on back taxes and debt collections.
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