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Tag: Garrett L. Brodeur

New Crypto Tax Question Foreshadows IRS Enforcement Priorities

By Garrett L. Brodeur Tax Notes Federal September 5, 2022 Abstract: In this article, Brodeur argues that recent changes to the Form 1040 cryptocurrency question highlight an area in which the IRS sees significant enforcement potential and foreshadow a continued shift in the agency’s priorities. In late July, the IRS

Old Dog, New Tricks? The New York FCA and Crypto-Tax Compliance

By Garrett L. Brodeur and David Taylor Tax Notes State July 25, 2022 Abstract: In this article, Brodeur and Taylor examine the New York Attorney General’s intention to use the state’s False Claims Act to ensure cryptocurrency tax compliance, which they argue raises important tax policy concerns and should serve

U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Review Major FBAR Penalties Case

On June 21, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a major case regarding IRS penalties relating to Reports of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBARs). Kostelanetz & Fink represents the American College of Tax Counsel (the “College”), which filed an amicus brief in Alexandru Bittner v. United States