Scott Ahroni, CPA, J.D., LL.M (Taxation) focuses his practice on Federal, State and Local tax controversies. His particular areas of emphasis are audits, administrative appeals and tax litigation in various courts and tribunals, including the United States Tax Court, United States District Court, New York State Division of Tax Appeals, New York State Tax Appeals Tribunal, New York City Tax Tribunal, New York Department of Labor, Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board, and the New York State Appellate Divisions, First and Third Departments.
Scott uses his background in tax controversy to assist clients in many facets of tax planning at the Federal, New York State and City level an emphasis on providing guidance to businesses and individuals on foreign withholding obligations, foreign business and asset holding structures, use of foreign tax credit, foreign earned income exclusion, outbound and inbound planning for U.S. citizens and foreign nationals and pre-immigration planning. Additionally, he assists clients with tax planning and information reporting pertaining to digital assets, including virtual currencies and Non-Fungible Tokens. He also represents clients before the IRS in audits involving digital assets.