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Discussion:How do I find a CSED?

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Univak (talk|edits) said:

26 September 2008
A client came in recently asking for help with some old IRS problems. They are back after him for 1997, 1998 and 1999. Much has happened in his personal life in the past ten years, including times when he wasn't making much money, divorce or two and even bankruptcy in about 2001. Through e-services I filed a Form 2848, then got Account transcripts for those 3 years.

I thought the 1997 liability might have expired but apparently hasn't. He made a number of payments through payroll levies in 2006 on the 1997. How can I find out the actual Collection Statute Expiration Date? And will asking send up any red flags that would be better left alone. No levies though his current employment yet.

Kevinh5 (talk|edits) said:

27 September 2008
pull a transcript and do the math, taking into account BK, OIC, appeals, etc.'s impact on CSED.

Irsfixer (talk|edits) said:

28 September 2008
You can also ask them. It is right in most cases.

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