New York, NY asked in Tax Law and Business Law for New York

Q: Is there a statue of limitations on un paid unincorporated taxes from 2008

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  • Montclair, NJ
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A: NYS has a 3 years statute of limitations after a return is FILED to assess additional taxes, this said however there is no statute of limitations for failure to file, failure to correct a state return due to changes on a federal return, or for filing a false or fraudulent return with intent to evade taxes For more information see:

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