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Most records can be safely discarded after three years, but you'll want to keep some types of paperwork longer. Yes, you can keep those files electronically.
If you made a mistake, you can wait for the IRS to track you down. But it's better to file an amended return as soon as possible.
The IRS will still accept your return, but you may have to pay penalties for filing late and for paying taxes late.
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