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The IRS has a fixed amount of time to try to get you to pay your tax debt. This fixed period is known as the “statute of limitations,” which generally 10 years.

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Statute of Limitations

Generally, the IRS can take up to 3 years from the date you filed to review your return. In certain situations the statute of limitations can be extended.

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The fastest answer is how far back do you need to file? How deep do you want or need to dig into your records to get your taxes up-to-date with the IRS?

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Wage Garnishment

If you are buckling under the weight of an IRS wage garnishment, it is time to get yourself free! We have seven practical ways to stop an IRS wage garnishment.

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