Question: Tobey was late in filing his federal income tax refund
Tobey was late in filing his federal income tax refund claim, but he requested an extension of the statute of limitations, citing the financial-disability exceptions of I. R. C. § 6511(h). Tobey’s mother is chronically ill, and he must make four-day-a-week trips to another city to care for her. Will the IRS grant Tobey’s request?
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