Indicate the date that the statute of limitations would run out on each of the following 2018 individual tax returns:a. A fraudulent tax return that was filed April 15, 2019 ________________b. A tax return that was filed May 19, 2019 ________________c. A tax return that was filed February 12, 2019 ________________d. A tax return that was filed March 1, 2019, and omitted $15,000 in income. The total gross income shown on the tax return was $50,000 ________________

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Indicate the date that the statute of limitations would run out on each of the following 2018 individual tax returns:

a. A fraudulent tax return that was filed April 15, 2019 ________________

b. A tax return that was filed May 19, 2019 ________________

c. A tax return that was filed February 12, 2019 ________________

d. A tax return that was filed March 1, 2019, and omitted $15,000 in income. The total gross income shown on the tax return was $50,000 ________________

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Tax return: It refers to the forms that are used while filing for income, expenses and other related tax information with the tax authority. This form helps the tax payer to determine their amount of tax liability, schedule of tax payments, or request refunds for the overpayment of taxes

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