Recent John Doe summonses show the IRS is expanding its use of those summonses to aggressively investigate potential tax evasion. Within the past week, the IRS has received authorization to
Continue Reading The IRS Continues Aggressive Use of John Doe Summonses to Investigate Tax Evasion Related to Use of Cryptocurrency, Offshore Service Providers

On August 10, 2020, the San Francisco Superior Court granted the State of California a preliminary injunction requiring Uber and Lyft to reclassify their drivers as employees.  People of the


Continue Reading Court Rules that Uber and Lyft Cannot Treat California Drivers as Independent Contractors

Political activities of charities and other types of exempt organizations frequently rise in prominence in presidential election years.  Not only is the IRS sensitive to political activities in a presidential
Continue Reading Section 501(c)(3) Organization Prohibited Political Activities

Campaign for Compliance

Last year the IRS announced a new campaign to target “Withholding and International Individual Compliance” regarding Forms 1042 and 1042-S. Those who make payments of certain U.S.-source
Continue Reading Now Is the Time to Consider Voluntary Disclosure: Advancement of the IRS Campaign on Withholding Tax Noncompliance for Forms 1042, 1042-S