This is What Can Happen If You Don’t Pay Taxes

Criminal liability

It takes a lot of wrongdoing for the IRS to jail you. You would have to fraudulently engage in tax evasion, egregiously fail to file, or help someone else avoid paying taxes. Under such circumstances, you could be imprisoned from one to five years, or more. There are no statute of limitation concerning tax fraud.

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