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Hello and welcome to TaxAlmanac! My name is Tim Doyle and I serve here in the role of TaxAlmanac Moderator. Thank you for posting your question on the Ask or Answer a Tax Question page - hopefully someone will be able to answer your question quickly.

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Tdoyle 13:48, 31 Oct 2005 (CST)

Your recordkeeping question

Hi, you recently posted a question on the talk page of an article (content of your question copied below). Not too many people will see the question there, so I thought I'd give you some links to discussions on the topic in case you want to move your question over to one of them. Or you might find good leads for where to go for more info on your topic:

You may also want to take a look at Sec. 6103, and maybe Sec. 6011, and also keep in mind the special rules on retaining info regarding your due diligence on clients' EIC/EITC claims.

And, finally, there might be some good info in this discussion: Discussion:Sale_of_my_practice, or others on that topic.

Hope that's helpful.

Trillium 13:10, 16 November 2009 (CST)

Content of your question:

"I am in the process of closing my tax/accounting practice. How many years of records am I required to keep? I am leaving the state so am I required to take these records with me?"

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