Robert W. Wood

Robert W. Wood is a tax lawyer representing clients worldwide from offices at Wood LLP, in San Francisco. He is the author of numerous tax books and writes frequently about taxes for Forbes.com, Tax Notes, and other publications.

Author’s posts

Expert Take
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the IRS is taking some important measures but taxpayers could be under threat.
Non-Stimulus Tax Rules You’ll Need This Year
Robert W. Wood
2020-04-10T14:34:00+01:00
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Expert Take
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Internal Revenue Service tries to help taxpayers to not lose this economic battle.
During Coronavirus Pandemic, IRS Cuts Taxpayers Some Much Needed Slack
Robert W. Wood
2020-03-31T14:49:00+01:00
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Expert Take
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Internal Revenue Service has delayed tax payment deadlines by 90 days, and later the date for filing returns has also ...
IRS Delays Tax Day to July 15, Still Monitors Crypto
Robert W. Wood
2020-03-20T20:49:00+00:00
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Expert Take
The Internal Revenue Service classifies crypto as property and now wants to know whether or not you acquired any financial interest from cryptocurrency in the l...
IRS Crypto Tax Return Question — Be Careful How You Answer
Robert W. Wood
2020-02-24T18:11:00+00:00
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Opinion
The rules and regulations surrounding cryptocurrency are complex, but accurate reporting is crucial to avoiding penalties.
Crypto Tax Reporting Failures Can Be Expensive, Even Criminal
Robert W. Wood
2020-01-08T16:34:00+00:00
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Expert Take
The IRS is hunting crypto user identities. If you are audited, should you hire a professional or do it yourself?
Crypto IRS Audits: Hire Professionals or Do it Yourself?
Robert W. Wood
2019-10-14T11:10:00+01:00
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Expert Take
Some in the crypto community have embraced Puerto Rico. Could it be the country for you?
Are Tax Moves to Puerto Rico Worth It for Crypto Holders?
Robert W. Wood
2019-09-20T19:10:00+01:00
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Expert Take
“Willful” vs. “non-willful” tax flubs with crypto transactions have huge consequences with the IRS.
IRS Expands Penalties: Which Tax Mistakes Are Better Not to Commit
Robert W. Wood
2019-09-02T12:04:00+01:00
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