Tag Archives: Taxation

Taxation of cryptocurrency: unchartered territory and treacherous waters

With the recent market uproar for blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, the tax question is becoming more and more pertinent. Whether one is trading in cryptocurrency, issuing it in an effort to raise capital, hanging onto it as a long term … Continue reading

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Private Equity Fund Taxation Post-Tax Reform: What Really Changed?

  Congress has passed the tax reform bill, known as the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (the “Act”), and President Trump signed it into law on December 22, 2017.  The Act contains wide-ranging changes to the tax law, many of … Continue reading

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Whistleblower awards are big business.  In 2016 alone, the IRS paid over $60 million to whistleblowers.  The SEC awarded a similar amount.  A patchwork of other whistleblower laws involving 57 federal statutes and 44 states, including California, also result in … Continue reading

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New Tax Bill May Leave Some Taxpayers Subject to Double Taxation

Several years ago, our office published an article examining the subject of cumulative taxation. Under the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment, state taxes must not subject a taxpayer to an unfair cumulative tax burden.  We reported about the … Continue reading

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Why Should You Estimate Your Taxes?

The correct way important can it be to estimate tax return figures? Well, to begin with, in the event you consider hazards tax impact, you don’t know whether you’ve made the right selection relating to finance on large purchases possibly … Continue reading

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