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Factors that may determine the timeline for an audit

Generally speaking, the IRS can audit tax returns sent in by Georgia residents and others for three years. However, there are scenarios in which the government could have twice as much time to inquire about a return. If someone commits an especially egregious violation of the tax code, there may be no statute of limitations imposed on the IRS. The federal government typically has six years to audit a return if a person fails to disclose more than 25% of his or her income.

Don't risk rendering an estate plan ineffective

Some Georgia residents may feel as if they have no need to review or update their will or trust. However, a person's needs and wishes can change dramatically from the time that they first write a will or create a trust. For instance, an individual could welcome a child or grandchild into the family, and that new family member may need to be included in estate plan documents.


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