Collection Statute Expiration Date

Does the Clock Ever Run Out on the IRS Collecting Tax Debt? YES.

While it may seem like it, and the IRS has little or no interest in telling you differently, in fact the IRS does NOT have an unlimited time to collect tax debt from you. The IRS does not have the legal authority to collect tax debt that is more than ten years old. This is useful information for any tax debt outstanding for more than 10 years, or about to be that old; and useful to think about if you are going to structure a payment plan for tax debt to be paid off over a period of years.

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