Bederson Principal, Dave Gannaway to present on the tax implications of cryptocurrencies, tracing transactions, tax liabilities and IRS Notice 2014-21 on Tuesday, June 14 from 3:00-4:00PM as part of the NAEA (National Association of Enrolled Agents) Cryptocurrency Certificate Program. The presentation is part of the Criminal Investigation Cyber Crime Section on Cryptocurrency.  The session’s learning objectives include: a) description of tax principles of virtual currency b) review common issues as detailed in FAQs from IRS Notice 2104-21 c)to understand transactions that may be reported as ordinary income or capital gain d) explore IRS sources of information for tracing transactions.

About David Gannaway, MBA, CFE, CVA, CAMS, EA

A member of Bederson’s litigation services team, Mr. Gannaway’s practice includes forensic accounting, litigation support and tax controversy. He is a former IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent with 20 years of experience analyzing complex accounting, financial income tax, asset forfeiture, money laundering transactions across multiple business sectors, including construction, healthcare, entertainment, and professional services. 


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