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slate.com/.../2020/11/trump-federal-tax-prosecution-statute-of-limitations.html

Legal analysts discussing Trump’s criminal exposure after leaving office often note that the statute of limitations for a federal criminal offense is usually five years. That means that if Trump ...

www.grfcpa.com/resource/tax-evasion-statue-of-limitations-on-evidence

You cannot suppress evidence, claiming it was barred under the six-year statute of limitations, when charged with income tax evasion, the court found in the case of United States vs. Chet Lee West (US District Court, Nebraska, 2014-2 USTC, 50,486, Oct. 2, 2014).

www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/26/7201

Any person who willfully attempts in any manner to evade or defeat any tax imposed by this title or the payment thereof shall, in addition to other penalties provided by law, be guilty of a felony and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not more than $100,000 ($500,000 in the case of a corporation), or imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both, together with the costs of prosecution.

www.backtaxeshelp.com/tax-problems/unpaid-taxes/irs-statute-of-limitations

IRS Statute of Limitations on Audits and Refunds The statute of limitations on the IRS conducting audit on a filed tax return and the statutes on collecting a tax refund on unfiled tax returns. Payment Plans Setting up a payment plan with the IRS can sometimes be the easiest solution to dealing with back taxes.

www.taxnotes.com/.../tax-topics/practice-and-procedure/statutes-limitations

Tax Analysts provides news, analysis, and commentary on tax-related topics, including the latest developments regarding statutes of limitations in tax law. A statute of limitations sets a time after which rights cannot be enforced by legal action. The federal Internal Revenue Code contains many and

revisor.mo.gov/main/OneSection.aspx?section=516.120

(1967) Five year statute of limitations applies to action by city to collect delinquent city earnings tax and the statute begins running at the time the grace period for the payment of the taxes due expires whether or not a return was filed as the tax became delinquent at that time. State v. Robertson (A.), 417 S.W.2d 699.

www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/26/7206

Removes, deposits, or conceals, or is concerned in removing, depositing, or concealing, any goods or commodities for or in respect whereof any tax is or shall be imposed, or any property upon which levy is authorized by section 6331, with intent to evade or defeat the assessment or collection of any tax imposed by this title; or

apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=458-20-230

Since the department discovered the use tax had not been paid more than four years after the close of 1987 and none of the exceptions as stated in subsection (2) of this section apply, the department is barred by the statute of limitations from now assessing the use tax. The department can expand the statute of limitations to seven years plus ...

www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/289A.63

Statute of limitations. Notwithstanding section 628.26, or any other provision of the criminal laws of this state, an indictment may be found and filed, or a complaint filed, upon a criminal offense named in section 270B.18, subdivision 4, and this section, in the proper court within six years after the offense is committed. §

statelaws.findlaw.com/statutes-of-limitations.html

State Statutes of Limitations Choose a state from the list below for state-specific statute of limitations laws, identifying the time limits for filing different types of civil and criminal cases in your state.