Taxpayers who lease or purchase aircraft face a myriad of tax issues, and aircraft can be a favorite target of both federal and state tax auditors. While the restrictions imposed
Continue Reading Non-Recourse Financing Can Imperil Tax Deductions: The Application of the Internal Revenue Code ‘At-Risk’ Rules to Aircraft Purchases

On April 19, 2021, the IRS announced the establishment of a new Office of Promoter Investigations (OPI). The creation of OPI demonstrates the IRS’s commitment to pursuing promoters and combating
Continue Reading IRS Establishes Office of Promoter Investigations with Emphasis on Conservation Easements and Micro-captive Insurance Arrangements

On April 19, Gov. DeSantis signed into law a sweeping tax package, Senate Bill 50, that provides both temporary and long-term relief to Florida businesses. The new law requires
Continue Reading Florida Requires Sales Tax Collection on All In-Person and Online Sales, Effective July 1

Taxpayers that have engaged in cryptocurrency transactions should be aware that the Internal Revenue Service is seeking customer records from cryptocurrency exchanges. The Department of Justice recently filed petitions in
Continue Reading IRS Actively Seeking Information Regarding Cryptocurrency Via John Doe Summonses

Legislation has been reintroduced in the New York State Assembly (A.3009-B Part VV) and the Senate (S.2509-B Part SS) that, if enacted, will require (i) the recording of certain mezzanine
Continue Reading New York’s Proposed Tax on Mezzanine Debt, Preferred Equity May Have Adverse Implications for NY Lenders, Borrowers