Posts Tagged ‘Statue of Limitations’


How a Small Partnership Can Get The Failure to File Penalty Waived

Face it, no one likes to get letter from the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”).

This is particularly true when you are being assessed a penalty.

The IRS has many different penalties.  One penalty they have is the failure to file penalty.

For partnerships or Limited Liability Companies (“LLC”s) that file a Form 1065 the penalty for failure to file is $195 per month times the number of partners. The good news is that the maximum number of … Continue reading »


How Does the Statue of Limitations Affect Tax Obligations With the IRS?

The statute of limitations limits the time during which an action can be brought by the IRS for an audit and the time for IRS tax collection activities.  Generally, there is a 3-year period for the IRS to give you a refund, three years to audit your tax return, and ten years to collect any tax due.