Benjamin Tompkins’ article featured in Tax Notes publication


Graves Garrett is pleased to announce that attorney Benjamin Tompkins recently authored an article appearing in Tax Notes.

The article, “Doing More With Less: 2018 IRS-CI Enforcement Priorities,” discusses how the IRS Criminal Investigation Division is marshaling its resources and prioritizing investigations into traditional tax fraud. He offers advice on what tax practitioners and criminal defense attorneys need to know about IRS-CI’s enforcement efforts.

Click here to read the full article.

As a former Assistant United States Attorney in Los Angeles and Department of Justice Tax Division Trial Attorney, Tompkins offers clients a unique depth and breadth of experience in civil and criminal tax matters involving a range of issues, including unreported income, nonfiler enforcement, undisclosed foreign bank accounts, tax return preparer, employment taxes and related trust fund recovery penalties, excise taxes, cryptocurrency, IRS bankruptcy claims, IRS examinations and collection efforts, and identity theft.

A collection of publications by non-profit publisher Tax Analysts, Tax Notes bills itself as “the first source of essential daily news, analysis, and commentary for tax professionals whose success depends on being trusted for their expertise.” Tax Notes’ news publications provide comprehensive but impartial coverage of tax news, while Tax Notes’ commentary publications contribute spirited and personable voices to the conversation and debate around the understanding and application of tax policy.