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  • IRS Allows Additional Time to make Refund Claims for Wrongful Incarceration Exclusion

    IRS Allows Additional Time to make Refund Claims for Wrongful Incarceration Exclusion




    File back-year claims by Dec. 17, 2018, at special address



    Washington, DC - - (March 16, 2018) - - The Internal Revenue Service announced that wrongfully incarcerated individuals have additional time to take advantage of the retroactive exclusion from income for any civil damages, restitution or other monetary award received in connection with their incarcerations. Under the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, a wrongfully incarcerated individual now has until Dec. 17, 2018, to file a related refund claim. Under the wrongful incarceration exclusion, a wrongfully incarcerated individual does not include in income any civil damages, restitution or other monetary award received that related to his or her incarceration for the covered offense for which he or she was convicted. A set of
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    IRS Allows Additional Time to make Refund Claims for Wrongful Incarceration Exclusion
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    IRS Allows Additional Time to make Refund Claims for Wrongful Incarceration Exclusion




    File back-year claims by Dec. 17, 2018, at special address



    Washington, DC - - (March 16, 2018) - - The Internal Revenue Service announced that wrongfully incarcerated individuals have additional time to take advantage of the retroactive exclusion from income for any civil damages, restitution or other monetary award received in connection with their incarcerations. Under the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, a wrongfully incarcerated individual now has until Dec. 17, 2018, to file a related refund claim. Under the wrongful incarceration exclusion, a wrongfully incarcerated individual does not include in income any civil damages, restitution or other monetary award received that related to his or her incarceration for the covered offense for which he or she was convicted. A set of
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    03-17-2018, 11:07 AM

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