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Really, it's not me!

I have someone that I work with who has not filed taxes in three years (1999, 2000, 2001). Now it's very unlikely that he owed additional taxes for that time. I know that he'd be in deep trouble if he did, but is he going to be in trouble just for not filing even though he would be getting money back?


PS - As far as I know, he's going to be filing them soon but I didn't know if he needed to see a tax attorney or not.
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