Tax Law


Looking for a specific post?

Share Now:

Forn 1099-DA: What We Know So Far

Form 1099-DA: What We Know So Far

Starting in 2026, the IRS will introduce Form 1099-DA dedicated to reporting crypto and digital assets. Learn who needs to issue this form and more!

Join Our Newsletter Today:

2023 Complete DeFi Tax Guide

Complete DeFi Tax Guide 2023 The world of Decentralized Finance, or DeFi, has exploded recently, offering new and innovative financial services through blockchain technology. 

Read More »
How To Navigate Celsius & FTX Losses

How To Navigate Celsius & FTX Tax Losses

The recent bankruptcy of several cryptocurrency platforms, including Celsius and FTX, has raised questions about how the IRS tax code applies to these unique situations.

The tax code generally permits claiming deductions or losses once the loss is complete and known. However, for these bankruptcy proceedings, you must still satisfy both criteria.

Read More »
IRS Form 1099-K

Reporting Payment Card and Network Transactions on Form 1099-K

If you work for yourself and get paid through online payment services like PayPal or Square, you might receive a form called a 1099-K. This form shows how much money you received through that service during the previous year.

Even though it might seem like just another boring tax form, it’s actually really important to understand what it is and how to use it for your taxes.

Read More »
OnlyFans Taxes Explained

OnlyFans Taxes Explained

If you’re a content creator on OnlyFans, you may seek ways to earn a quick buck. But before making money on the platform, you must understand OnlyFans taxes. The IRS has recently started contacting OnlyFans content creators regarding potential criminal investigations.

In this blog post, we’ll dive into the world of OnlyFans’ taxes implications to help you understand what you need to know to stay on the right side of the law.

Read More »
Understanding Uber and Lyft Taxes

Understanding Uber and Lyft Taxes

Are you thinking of becoming a rideshare driver for Uber or Lyft? Great idea! Not only is it a flexible way to earn extra cash, but it’s also a fun way to meet new people and explore your city. However, before you hit the road, it’s important to understand the Uber and Lyft tax implications of being a self-employed driver. Don’t let taxes put a damper on your earning potential.

Read More »

Schedule a Confidential Consultation

Fill out this form to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our highly-skilled, aggressive attorneys to help you tackle any tax or legal problem.

Or, you can call us at

Contact Gordon Law Group

Submit your information to schedule a confidential consultation, or call us at (847) 580-1279