IRS Appeals Representation

September 15, 2017

IRS Wins Fight to Exclude Its Own Position on the Willfulness Standard from Court

We previously wrote about a taxpayer that was fighting a civil penalty for failing to timely file under U.S. Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR) laws. In […]
June 20, 2017
How Do I Report Bitcoin Transactions on my Taxes? 1040? Schedule D? Form 8949?

IRS Investigations of Virtual Currency May Ramp Up After Congressional Testimony

Last week, the House of Representative’s Financial Services Committee heard testimony from a panel regarding the potential dangers of cryptocurrency. The expert panel discussed how cryptocurrency […]
May 18, 2016
RS Plans to Hire 700 Additional Auditors Increases Your Risk of Prosecution for Tax Crimes

IRS Plans to Hire 700 Additional Auditors Increases Your Risk of Prosecution for Tax Crimes

Taxpayers have heard for years that the IRS has been woefully underfunded by Congress. This lack of funding has hurt the agency’s ability to identify and […]
February 12, 2016
Skagway Fish

Assemblyman pleads guilty to tax charges faces IRS bill of $600,000+

On this blog we frequently write about all of the factors and characteristics that people believe will protect them from a tax audit, investigation, or prosecution. […]
March 27, 2014

Why you should use a tax attorney for the appeals process

Date: 07/05/09 Topic: Appeals Anyone that is licensed to practice before the IRS, including CPAs & EAs can represent a taxpayer in an IRS appeal. I am of […]