Third Party Reporting of Virtual Currency: Who’s Telling the IRS What?

Many of my readers are aware that I have written various blog posts about the US tax issues that surround virtual currency. Some have asked, (perhaps innocently, perhaps not), about so-called “third party reporting” of virtual currency to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) .  For those who do not know what this means – it’s … Continue reading Third Party Reporting of Virtual Currency: Who’s Telling the IRS What?

Cryptocurrency: Dissecting Revenue Ruling 2019-24 Treatment of Chain Splits

In this Tax Notes article published today, February 24, 2020 attorneys Arvind Ravichandran and Maurio Fiore, associates at the law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, explain in fascinating detail the ABC’s of cryptocurrency, the workings of the mysterious blockchain technology and carefully dissect the IRS’ recent guidance enunciated in Revenue Ruling 2019-24. The article … Continue reading Cryptocurrency: Dissecting Revenue Ruling 2019-24 Treatment of Chain Splits