"Toller" wrote in message
>I am sure I did my 2020 taxes properly, but there are a couple issues the
>IRS might want a better explanation of. While I am confident I can do
>that, I obviously don't want to.
>At what point can I sleep better knowing it probably isn't going to happen?
Well if you committed fraud or, more precisely, the IRS believes you
committed fraud, I don't think there is any limit on when they can audit
you. So you'll never sleep better in that case.
But if you did the return honestly and there are just one or two minor
issues that won't have major impacts, then I would say three years from the
due date of the return, which I guess would be April 2024 assuming you
didn't file an extension. If you think there is an issue that could impact
income in a big way (more than 25% of income misstated), then probably six
years from same.