The IRS Goes Undercover As A Bitcoin Trader In $180,000 Sting
An IRS agent offers to buy cryptocurrency on LocalCryptos.com, leading them on to the trail of a dark web drug dealer, the agency claims in court documents.
IRS Hangs Tough On Conservation Easements
Forever Is A Long Long Time One of the requirements of a qualified easement is that it be perpetual, which is a really long time and as a practical matter nothing on earth can be truly perpetual.
Delayed Tax Refunds Prevent Closure for Grieving Families During the Pandemic
Millions of Americans have delayed tax refunds, and the issue may be worse for families with deceased loved ones. Here’s how one family tackled the challenge.
IRS Chief Tells Elizabeth Warren: More Transparent Bank Data Can Fight Tax Evasion
IRS chief Charles Rettig told Sen. Elizabeth Warren that relying on banks to report on their customers’ accounts could help cut the tax gap.
Stimulus check status: $2,000 payment petition, $1,000 for teachers, $600 for Californians
In September, families will continue getting child tax credit payments, and many California residents will get a check. Here's the latest on stimulus money coming to you.
Transfer Pricing And Tax Litigation Update
Tax Notes legal reporter Ryan Finley discusses the latest updates in recent transfer pricing cases, including Coca-Cola and Medtronic, and reviews the upcoming Amgen case.
Final regs. cover mandatory postponements
Tax deadlines are pushed back 60 days after federally declared disasters.
From The Desk of Keith L. Jones, CPA
4 Kinds Of IRS Installment Plans Offered If You Can't Pay
More than one type of IRS payment plan for tax or installment plan exists for taxpayers who can’t pay the full amount of federal taxes they owe when they file.