In the third episode of the Financial Crimes – Dirty Money Stories podcast, John Byrne, Executive Vice President at AML RightSource, interviews white collar crime attorney Sharon McCarthy, partner at Kostelanetz & Fink, and financial crimes expert Terry Pesce, President & CEO of Terry Pesce
Sharon L. McCarthy, together with Marc Cohen of Cohen & Gresser, participates in an on-demand CLE Webinar entitled “Trial Skills Webinar Series: Direct Examination” for the Federal Bar Council. The webinar can be viewed here.
“Enormously Talented” and “Highly Respected” NEW YORK, NY (May 24, 2021) — Kostelanetz & Fink LLP is pleased that Chambers and Partners has once again recognized the firm and six attorneys in its 2021 USA Guide in the areas of tax controversy, tax fraud, tax
In a segment entitled, “If You Invested in Cryptocurrency, Make Sure You Do Your Taxes. Here’s Why,” Don Fort spoke with KCBS Radio’s Stan Bunger about the tax implications of owning and investing in cryptocurrency. Listen to the full interview here.
CIC Services, LLC v. IRS, et al. No. 19-930, 593 U.S. ___, 2021 WL 1951782 (2021) Decided May 17, 2021 Yesterday, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in CIC Services, LLC v. IRS, et al., holding that a suit under the Administrative Procedure Act
Don Fort was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “The IRS Is Coming for Crypto Investors Who Haven’t Paid Their Taxes,” published on May 14, 2021. Fort discusses recent actions taken by the IRS to ramp up cryptocurrency tax enforcement and compliance.
In the second episode of the Financial Crimes – Dirty Money Stories podcast, AML RightSource Creative Director Elliot Berman talks with K&F counsel Robert Russell and K&F Director of Investigations Don Fort about the tax implications of using virtual currencies for purchases and as investments.
Caroline D. Ciraolo was quoted in a recent Law360 article entitled “DOJ Official Sees Potential Uptick In Asset Repatriation Efforts,” published on May 12, 2021. Ciraolo continues a discussion that took place during the “Collection Abroad, Including Collection of Title 26 and Title 31 International
On April 22, 2021, the IRS issued Rev. Proc. 2021-20, which allows the recipient of an original Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan (the taxpayer) to deduct on its 2021 return expenses actually incurred in 2020 that were not previously allowed as deductions, so long as