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Hypothetical question - back filing taxes

If someone back files taxes for a few years, and are owed a refund, do they get the money only or the money plus interest?

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It depends on how many years. If you're more than 3 years past the filing date, the IRS may not even give you your refund -- your only hope is to apply any overpayment to the following year's return.

It also may depend on whether you are amending a return, or filing a back return for the first time (it didn't matter years ago, but I don't know if the code has changed).

Your 2000-2003 returns should be fine, and you should get interest.

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