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On April 30, 19X6, Corporation Y files an amended return for 19X2 claiming a refund for certain sales in interstate commerce for gross income tax purposes. The ...

www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/289A.38

Property tax refund. For purposes of computing the limitation under this section, the due date of the property tax refund return as provided for in chapter 290A is the ...

codes.ohio.gov/orc/718.12

(i) Three years after the tax was due or the return was filed, whichever is later; or ... a refund of municipal income taxes shall be brought within the time limitation ...

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Dec 9, 2020 ... The statute of limitations is increased to 7 years if no return was filed from the end of the calendar year in which that tax payment was due.

otr.cfo.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/otr/publication/attachments/otr_rulings_refunds_statute_of_limitations.pdf

D.C. Official Code § 47-4304(a) provides that a claim for refund for an overpayment shall not be allowed unless the taxpayer files a claim for a refund within the ...

www.lataxattorney.com/statute-of-limitations.html

Internal Revenue Code Section 6531(2) states that the statute of limitations for criminal tax prosecution is six years, commencing once the return is filed or from the ...

www.taxesforexpats.com/expat-tax-advice/statute-of-limitations.html

If you do file your tax return each year while living abroad, the statute of limitations for IRS audits will expire three years after you file those returns. This means that ...

www2.illinois.gov/rev/research/legalinformation/hearings/it/Documents/it09-6.pdf

In their amended 2003 Illinois return, Taxpayer sought to claim a refund of Illinois income tax paid regarding the income derived from their sale of the New Jersey ...

www.vernitaxlaw.com/understanding-the-statutue-of-limitations

Aug 27, 2020 ... Three Year Statute of Limitations. In general, the IRS has three years from the date a tax return is filed or deemed filed in which to assess ...

law.gsu.edu/files/2019/06/The-LITP-Newsletter-Statute-of-Limitation-on-Assessment.doc

Generally, the IRS has three years from the filing of the return to make an assessment of additional tax. The IRS can either reach an agreement with the taxpayer, ...