Hofstra Law Review


Jeffrey Anand


The article discusses the regulation of virtual economies and the author's claim that clear taxpayer guidance can mitigate the tax compliance risks as of 2014. America's national debt is addressed, along with government revenue in the country and noncompliance with the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Virtual currencies such as Bitcoin are examined, along with tax havens and the country's Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Recommendations from the U.S. Government Accountability Office are assessed.

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