TECH Together: An Opportunity to Share and Learn
People’s interest and curiosity in cryptocurrency took a steep rise in 2021, as did U.S. officials’ interest in its regulation. In fact, the IRS now requires a cryptoasset question on its 1040 tax form.
Join ITAG on June 8 for TECH Together: Tax Controversy Hot Topics – Crypto and Digital Assets. Hillary Alexander, CPA of Brinker Simpson will lead a discussion focusing on recent developments in cryptocurrency including the tax consequences of cryptocurrency, tax planning opportunities, and cryptocurrency enforcement.
About Hillary Alexander, CPA
Hillary Alexander joined Brinker Simpson in May of 2020. She is a manager in the tax department. Her primary responsibility is to provide tax planning and compliance to middle-market closely held companies, partnerships and their owners and other high net worth individuals. Prior to joining Brinker Simpson, Hillary worked as a tax manager for two area firms with regional and national experience. professional services, real estate, and restaurants.