Increased IRS Audits and Some Likely Targeted Taxpayer Groups

President Biden recently announced that his administration is seeking $80 billion to beef up IRS enforcement. It is hoped that this move will provide the Administration with $700 billion in additional revenue over the next 10 years—paying for national plans like COVID relief and infrastructure improvement. It is also expected...

The Ultra-Millionaire Tax And What It Means For Wealthy Taxpayers

Significant legislation has been passed in efforts to get the national economy on its feet following the COVID-19 pandemic. Simultaneously there have been significant efforts at the national level to address what many call the wealth inequality in America. One proposed approach that has been gaining momentum is to increase...

Audio: Steve Moskowitz Answers Your Tax Questions in the Coronavirus Age

Steve Recently Sat Down with Nikki Medoro from KGO810 and Answered Questions About Coronavirus Tax Relief & Legislation Founding attorney Steve Moskowitz recently appeared on KGO810's Morning Show with Nikki Medoro to clear up some issues surrounding how the Coronavirus crisis has affected your federal tax returns. Topics Steve weighs...

An FAQ for Surviving the Financial and Tax Implications of COVID -19

As our country and clients continue to struggle with the changing landscape created by the COVID-19 epidemic, Moskowitz LLP will continue to keep our clients apprised of changes imposed on tax and financial planning by the virus. Below, we've put together an FAQ of questions and answers which our clients...

Preparing for a California Residency Audit

California taxing authorities aggressively pursue state revenue through taxation, and devote a significant amount of their resources to residency audits and litigation. Gilbert Hyatt made history and $90 million when he invented the integrated circuit microprocessor (the computer microchip). Little did he know at the time that he would also...