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IRS CP2000 Notice – What to Do and How to Respond

The Internal Revenue Service’s CP2000 notice is a computer-generated notice received by taxpayers after filing an income tax return. The purpose of a CP2000 notice is to inform a taxpayer that information the I.R.S. received from third parties (employers, banks, brokerages, etc.) does not match the information reported on the taxpayer’s return. Taxpayers often receive CP2000 notices when taxpayers’ income or payment is inaccurately reported or unreported on their tax…

Tyler DeWitt Named on Super Lawyers Rising Stars List

For the second year in a row, tax attorney Tyler DeWitt has been included the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list, an honor reserved for lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. The designation signifies that he is a top-rated attorney as recognized by peers. Only 2.5% of attorneys in the Mid-South receive this distinction. Tyler was selected in the practice area of tax. You can learn more about Tyler, Super Lawyers,…

Tyler DeWitt Featured in Florida Bar Out-of-State Division

The Out of State Division of the Florida Bar recently featured tax attorney Tyler DeWitt in a recent newsletter: Tyler DeWitt is an attorney with DeWitt Law PC, with offices in Memphis and Nashville. He focuses his practice on federal and state tax issues. “Typical cases range from IRS criminal tax investigations to audits, tax court litigation and foreign asset reporting issues,” he says. “As an active CPA, I also…

Tyler DeWitt Quoted in Financial Advisor Cryptocurrency Article

Tax attorney and cryptocurrency law expert Tyler DeWitt was quoted in a recent Financial Advisor article detailing the risks of speculative cryptocurrencies. “While cryptocurrency investing is a hot topic and trend largely due to its decentralized approach to currency, it’s not exempt from the far-reaching power of the IRS,” said Tyler DeWitt, an attorney and CPA in Memphis, Tenn. Financial Advisor is a monthly magazine that reaches 110,000 financial experts…

Cryptocurrency and the IRS

The IRS recently secured a major legal victory against Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange, in its pursuit to enforce U.S. tax laws against investors. In late 2017, a federal district court ruled in favor of the IRS, ordering Coinbase to disclose investor information for those with “at least the equivalent of $20,000 in any one transaction type (buy, sell, send, or receive) in any one year during the 2013 to 2015…

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