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Article Date:
April 2014


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723

 

 

Statute of Limitations for Tax Records


The “statute of limitations” refers to the period of time when you and the IRS can make changes to your tax returns.

 

Most taxpayers think of the limitation periods as the time frames during which the IRS can audit returns. The periods for change by you and the IRS are laid out in IRS publications, and those periods are:1

 

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