AntarcticLemonade

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  1. obligation to file taxes for people whose only income is a salary

    Thanks everyone for replies.  I thought that I filed taxes for 2017 and was planning to file for 2018-2021 this year, but then I found out that the last year I filed for was 2016. Do I understand this right that if my sole source of income is my salary and I don't fall under any of the mentioned exceptions, then not having filed my taxes for 2017 is not an issue?
  2. Hi everyone,   Many online resources claim that if you're employed and your sole income is from your salary, then you don't have to file a tax return. On the other hand, I've heard that in this case the deadline is four years instead of one. I was wondering if this means that you CAN file  your tax returns for the previous four years or that you HAVE to.    I tried to google for the actual law, but couldn't find it. Does anyone know what the rule is? If you know where to find the applicable law,  it would be greatly appreciated.   Thanks a lot in advance!