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Life Jul 2017 - "Taxes: Record Retention Guidelines"

Life Jul 2017 - "Taxes: Record Retention Guidelines"

Life Jul 2017 - "Taxes: Record Retention Guidelines"

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Taxes: Record Retention Guidelines



When deciding upon a firm’s record retention procedures, it would be wise to consult federal and IRS regulations and state and local government record retention requirements. The IRS generally must assess additional tax within 3 years after the due date on a return. (So, keep records for 3 years.) A period of 6 years applies if the taxpayer omits items of gross income that in total exceeds 25 percent of gross income reported on the return. (Therefore, keep records for 6 years.) If a fraudulent return is filed or no return is filed, there is no limit to the period the tax can be assessed. 


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