Could a robot be doing your tax return? There was a time when that sounded far-fetched. But according to EY Americas Tax Talent Leader Martin Fiore, it’s happening already.Continue reading
In 2014, the IRS issued controversial guidance stating that U.S. taxpayers should treat digital currencies as capital assets, provided those currencies are
convertible at some point into traditional cash.
A worldwide cyberattack that affected companies in 64 different countries, including those in the United States, caused panic in a some sectors yesterday. Now, Microsoft believes it can trace the origins of the cyberattack to a Ukrainian company’s tax accounting software.Continue reading
For months, customers, lawyers, and privacy experts have been voicing concerns about the scope of a “John Doe” summons that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) seeks to serve on on Coinbase. Now, Congress has joined the clamor.Continue reading
For months, customers, lawyers, and privacy experts have been voicing concerns about the scope of a “John Doe” summons thatContinue reading
Berns Weiss LLP has filed a motion on behalf of two Coinbase customers seeking to intervene in an ongoing dispute over an attempt by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to issue a “John Doe” summons on Coinbase, a company which facilitates transactions of digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.Continue reading