FBAR

August 20, 2019
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Did You Hide Bitcoin from the IRS? Come Forward Now – Before it’s Too Late

If you’ve recently visited our tax blog, perhaps you read our article discussing the Internal Revenue Service’s plans to target 10,000 taxpayers who failed to report […]
August 19, 2019
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Texas Court Holds Taxpayer Liable for Willful FBAR Penalty

In June, the Federal Tax Crimes Blog highlighted an interesting case involving the Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR), United States of America v. Edward S. Flume […]
August 9, 2019
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FinCEN Update: Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency Not Subject to Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR)

It’s been hailed as the wave of the future, dismissed as a failed experiment, and vilified as an enabler of cybercrime and terrorism. No matter how […]
June 19, 2019

IRS and DOJ Work to Issue “John Doe” Summons on Behalf of Finland Tax Authorities

Earlier this month, the Finnish government’s request for information in relation to tax crimes being investigated in Finland manifested themselves in a Texas federal court, where […]
March 20, 2019

Federal Court Reject Defendants FBAR Regulation Arguments, Affirms $1 Million Penalty

A recent case that was decided in Connecticut illustrates how large penalties relating to the failure to disclose the existence of foreign bank accounts can become. […]
November 19, 2018
How can an IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Claim or Domestic Voluntary Disclosure Programs help me where tax fraud is discovered or suspected during my divorce?

How can an IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Claim or Domestic Voluntary Disclosure Programs help me where tax fraud is discovered or suspected during my divorce?

How can an IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Claim or Domestic Voluntary Disclosure Programs help me where tax fraud is discovered or suspected during my divorce? Most […]