Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Fox attorneys Ian M. Comisky and Matthew D. Lee will be speaking on criminal tax enforcement panels at the Federal Bar Association’s 2019 Tax Law Conference to be held on March 7-8, 2019, in Washington, D.C.

Ian will be leading a panel entitled “International Hot Topics in Tax Enforcement” which will seek to answer this

With its special agent ranks significantly depleted after years of budget cuts, the Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service announced this week that it is hiring new special agents. IRS-CI is responsible for investigating potential criminal violations of the tax laws and related financial crimes, and it currently has barely 2,000 special agents

As part of its continuing guidance to taxpayers and practitioners about how its resumption of activities following the government shutdown is impacting pending matters, the Internal Revenue Service has published Frequently Asked Questions (entitled “Appeals Resumption FAQs“) regarding cases pending in IRS Appeals.  These FAQs provide information regarding the shutdown’s effect on Appeals

As part of its continuing guidance to taxpayers and practitioners about how its resumption of activities following the government shutdown is impacting pending matters, the Internal Revenue Service has published Frequently Asked Questions (entitled “IRS Update on Shutdown Impact on Tax Court Cases; Important Information for Taxpayers, Tax Professionals with Pending Cases“) regarding

As part of its guidance to taxpayers and practitioners about how its resumption of activities this week following the government shutdown is impacting pending matters, the Internal Revenue Service has published Frequently Asked Questions (entitled “Collection Resumption FAQs“) regarding collection activities.  These FAQs provide information regarding the shutdown’s effect on liens, levies, notices

We wrote yesterday that the Internal Revenue Service has issued guidance to taxpayers and practitioners about how the agency’s resumption of activities this week following the government shutdown is impacting pending matters, such as audits, collection cases, and Tax Court cases.  With respect to pending audits, the IRS has published helpful Frequently Asked Questions (entitled

The Internal Revenue Service reopened for business on Monday, January 28, 2019, after having been closed for over one month as a result of the federal government shutdown.  On the same day, the IRS opened the 2019 tax filing season.  Anticipating an avalanche of questions and inquiries from taxpayers about how the shutdown affected pending

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Following the termination last fall of its immensely successful Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced a new regime to govern all voluntary disclosures regarding tax noncompliance. These new procedures apply to both domestic and offshore voluntary

On December 28, 2018, at 11:59 p.m., the United States Tax Court closed its doors in light of the federal government shutdown, and has not reopened for business since then. The closure of Tax Court has caused significant concern to many taxpayers and professionals regarding the filing of petitions, the status of scheduled trials, and