Agostino Law’s Useful Links
Translation of Economic Impact Payment for the LEP Community
Click Here for the names of the volunteers and links to the translations completed to date. Please forward these translations to any group that can assist limited English proficiency and low-income taxpayers sign up for an Economic Impact Payment.
Also, if you know of anyone interested in working on this LEP translation or the future COVID19 translation projects, please have them contact Frank Agostino at [email protected] or Brenda Stuart-Luke at [email protected].
The local taxpayer advocate for New York is Darol Tucker. [email protected].
The IRS has a comprehensive website that answers many questions and provides necessary forms and instructions located here www.irs.gov.
For Tax Professionals
Harvard Business School, Working Knowledge: Taxation
New research on taxation from Harvard: including inversions, corporate tax strategies, and how to improve current tax policy.
Jack Townsend’s Federal Tax Crimes Blog
Jack Townsend offers this blog on Federal Tax Crimes principally for tax professionals and tax students.
The official IRS site for tax professionals.
Freeman Law’s blog covers tax, white-collar, litigation, and more.
National Association of Tax Professionals
Membership-based site for tax professionals, comprehensive.
Procedurally Taxing considers developments in issues relating to tax procedure and tax administration that are of interest to practitioners and academics.
Provided by the exemplary California based tax firm Hochman, Salkin, Rettig, Toscher & Perez, P.C.
An information and research site with hundreds of links to resources for tax professionals.
Paul Caron, Pepperdine University School of Law.
Perhaps the most entertaining of the Tax Bloggers!
For recent opinions, forms calendars, Tax Court Rules, New and noteworthy, and access to the Tax Court online filing system.