We have John Nail and Laura Gavioli joining Eric for this week’s episode of the TRN Podcast, and the discussion revolves around voluntary disclosure.
John is a tax controversy attorney with Chamberlain Hrdlicka in Atlanta, Georgia. He focuses on civilly and criminally representing taxpayers before the IRS and exams appeal litigation in federal district court and US tax court.
Laura is also a tax controversy attorney, but with Alston Bird in New York. She represents those taxpayers facing civil and criminal tax issues.
Additionally, John, Laura, and Eric Green are committee buddies from the ABA tax section, the civil and criminal penalties’ committee, where they are all part of the subcommittee on voluntary disclosures.
Naturally, John and Laura are perfect for this conversation.
Once introductions are made to the audience, Eric begins the chat by mentioning that the IRS has had a domestic voluntary disclosure program for quite some time. Then, John describes what voluntary disclosure really is and how it works.
Specifically, today, voluntary disclosure is geared towards all types of tax—both foreign and domestic. John states, “The concept of the voluntary disclosure is the taxpayer coming forward in a timely manner, providing truthful and complete information—a lot of information—to the government.”
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