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August 23, 2019

Kollsman Case Offers Cautionary Tale for Art Appraisals... [ read ]
Joel Crouch was quoted in the Tax Analysts article, "Kollsman Case Offers Cautionary Tale for Art Appraisals."

August 19, 2019

The Section 199A Final Regulations - Important Clarifications, Part 1... [ read ]
Steve Beck published an article in the July August 2019 Issue of Today's CPA titled, "The Section 199A Final Regulations - Important Clarifications, Part 1."

August 5, 2019

Virtual Currency Holders Should Be Seeking Legal Counsel as IRS Begins Issuing Warning Letters... [ read ]
In their article published by TXCPA entitled "Virtual Currency Holders Should Be Seeking Legal Counsel as IRS Begins Issuing Warning Letters," David Colmenero and Anthony Daddino explore the IRS' latest installment in its enforcement initiative against virtual currency: the issuance of warning letters to more than 10.000 cryptocurrency holders. Please click here to read the article.

August 1, 2019

Stakes Rising in Litigation of Non-Willful FBAR Violations... [ read ]
Josh Ungerman was quoted in the Tax Notes article, "Stakes Rising in Litigation of Non-Willful FBAR Violations." This article discusses whether the IRS can impose over $2.7 million in FBAR penalties for non-willful failure to file FBARs as opposed to a maximum penalty of $10,000 per year.

April 30, 2019

Trump's IRS Audit Files Offer 'Treasure Trove'-If Congress Ever Gets Them... [ read ]
Josh Ungerman was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, 'Trump's IRS Audit Files Offer 'Treasure Trove'-If Congress Ever Gets Them." This article discusses how internal documents would let lawmakers understand how tax agencies scrutinizes the president. Please click the link to read the article.

April 25, 2019

Dem Bid For Trump Returns May Be Too Narrow To Be Fruitful... [ read ]
Josh Ungerman was quoted in the Law360 article, "Dem Bid For Trump Returns May Be Too Narrow To Be Fruitful." This article discusses the House Democrats' bid for President Donald Trump's tax returns and how it can lead to further investigations

April 23, 2019

IRS Criminal Investigation Leveraging More Data Anayltics... [ read ]
Josh Ungerman was featured in Accounting Today's article, "IRS Criminal Investigation Leveraging More Data Analytics" for his interview with IRS Criminal Investigation chief Don Fort at the 2018 NYU Tax Controversy Forum held in New York.

April 18, 2019

The $26 Million Question: What Happens if You Don't File Your Taxes for a Decade?... [ read ]
Josh Ungerman was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, "The $26 Million Question: What Happens if You Don't File Your Taxes for a Decade?" This article discusses the penalties and interest that will accumulate when one does not pay or submit their IRS bills.

March 18, 2019

Charles Pulman has written the article, "Foreclosure of IRS Lien on ‘Mixed' Property" published in the State Bar of Texas , Family Law Section Report, Volume 2019-2 (Spring).... [ read ]
Charles Pulman has written the article, "Foreclosure of IRS Lien on ‘Mixed' Property" published in the State Bar of Texas , Family Law Section Report, Volume 2019-2 (Spring).

March 8, 2019

Aaron Borden has written the article, "Get Ready for Form 8867, and Related Due Diligence." This article is featured in the February 2019 digital issue of the ABA Tax Times (ATT.)... [ read ]
Aaron Borden has written the article, "Get Ready for Form 8867, and Related Due Diligence." This article is featured in the February 2019 digital issue of the ABA Tax Times (ATT.)

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