Experienced Tax Attorneys


Call Us Confidentially Now: 703-752-3752


Call us confidentially now:
703-752-3752


You Deserve Confidentiality & Trusted Tax Law Experience

Get Help Now

News and Events

Category: Hot Topics

Are You at Risk for Facing Allegations of Cryptocurrency Tax Fraud? Here’s What You Need to Know

Posted in Hot Topics, News on November 30, 2020

If you follow cryptocurrency news, you may have read that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is sending yet another round of warning letters to cryptocurrency traders and investors. If this news has you concerned, you will need to carefully review your prior years’ tax filings, and you will want to work with an experienced Virginia tax attorney to make sure that you are not at risk for serious consequences. Read More

These are the New Tax Rates, Exemptions and Deductions for 2021

Posted in Hot Topics, News on October 30, 2020

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced the new federal income tax brackets, exemptions and deduction limits for 2021. The new inflation-based figures take effect for the 2021 tax year, meaning that they will impact U.S. taxpayers’ April 2022 returns. Here, Virginia tax attorney Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner of Thorn Law Group, provides a rundown of some of the most-significant changes. Read More

IRS Sends Another Round of Warning Letters to U.S. Cryptocurrency Investors

Posted in Hot Topics, News on August 31, 2020

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has distributed another round of warning letters to U.S. taxpayers with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency holdings. This follows a similar initiative last year. The letters, dated August 14, 2020, are identified as Letter 6173, Letter 6174 and Letter 6174-A. If you have received one of these letters from the IRS, it is important that you speak with a Virginia tax defense attorney promptly. Read More

Small Businesses in Virginia Could Soon Be Facing More IRS Scrutiny

Posted in Hot Topics, News on April 30, 2020

Small businesses have always faced audit risks, but a recent development at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) means that small businesses could soon be facing enhanced scrutiny of their federal returns. On March 5, the IRS announced that its Small Business/Self Employed Division is opening a new Fraud Enforcement Office that will specifically be targeting small businesses that underreport and underpay their federal tax liability. The Fraud Enforcement Office is beginning operations in 2020. Read More

New Criminal Tax Enforcement Groups Offer Help to the IRS

Posted in Hot Topics, News on May 31, 2018

The chief of the IRS Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CI) spoke recently to a group of tax professionals at an event hosted by the American Bar Association.  Chief Don Fort told the tax attorneys who he was speaking to that the IRS now has two new enforcement units that are operational and that are working behind the scenes to analyze data to identify patterns and find taxpayers who are evading their U.S. tax obligations.

Read More

Back to the top