Legal Topic: Tax

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Below is a compilation of articles on various tax topics. We cover everything from FBAR to the OVDP, overdue taxes to offshore positioning and debt settlements.

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E-commerce Tax Law

SCOTUS On Verge Of Altering E-commerce?

The Supreme Court of the United States is currently deliberating a case, South Dakota v. Wayfair, that could have a huge impact on e-commerce businesses.

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Chicago Law Blog: Internet Sales Tax

Internet Sales Tax: Amazon Gives Info To RI

Many online sellers got a letter from Amazon saying the company handed over identifying information to Rhode Island. What's it all about?

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Chicago Law Blog: New Tax Code Cheat Sheet

2018 New Tax Structure: A Cheat Sheet

Want an easy-to-understand chart that explains the changes? We made you a new tax code cheat sheet. Get in touch if you have questions.

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Tax and Internet Law Blog: FBAR case

Jail Sentence For Swiss Account “Tax Dodger”

People and businesses with overseas holdings totaling more than $10,000 must file FBAR tax paperwork. Failing to do so can lead to jail.

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Internet law blog: e-commerce tax tips

E-commerce Tax Tips: A 3-Minute Guide

It's tax time, and for online sellers figuring out e-commerce taxes can be time consuming and confusing, thanks to state sales tax rules.

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Tax and Internet Law Blog: cryptocurrency tax write-offs

Crypto Tax Write-Offs and “Trader” Status

With the new federal tax code in place, people are wondering: "What cryptocurrency tax write-offs can I take; should I become a trader to save?"

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Legal Blog: IRS and cryptocurrency stance

Coinbase, The IRS and Cryptocurrency Law

The IRS is definitely interested in cryptocurrency, and the agency is on the lookout for people who don't declare Bitcoin and altcoin gains.

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Chicago Tax Lawyer

Should I Fully Disclose To the IRS?

Taxpayers who fully disclose income and assets to the IRS can receive assistance through the Voluntary Disclosure Program.

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Tax lawyer Illinois

The Road to
Tax Lien Relief

If a tax lien is imposed for failing to file a tax return or pay income taxes, the IRS offers relief through its Fresh Start Program.

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