Tax Controversy Hot Topics – Crypto and Digital Assets

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What is TECH Together?¬†It’s a series of online gatherings geared to enable small, focused groups of IT professionals to share and collaborate.

TECH Together meets online via Zoom, every other month at 8 a.m. EST. The format is a brief introduction to a particular topic from a local industry leader, followed by a candid, round-table discussion of the issue. The goal is to share ideas, best practices, potential solutions, and tips for overcoming common hurdles.

Each working/meeting session is 45-minutes long. The meetings are kept to that schedule so they do not cut into what is likely to be a busy work day. Group size is kept small so that meaningful, in-depth conversations between working professionals flourish. This is an interactive setting so feel free to activate your camera.


About the Session:

June 8 – Tax Controversy Hot Topics – Crypto and Digital Assets

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 РCrypto 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.

Read Hillary’s Bio.

How To Register:

Click on the “Tickets” button and complete the registration. A Zoom link will be included in your confirmation as well as sent via Eventbrite reminder email 30 minutes before the event to the address provided at registration.

Note: You must login through Zoom. There will not be a call-in option.


ITAG is an industry partnership dedicated to promoting Information Technology, Communications, and Technological Processes to all companies and individuals in Southeastern Pennsylvania as a means to become more effective in an increasingly sophisticated global marketplace. Visit to learn more.

ITAG is a regional initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council. ITAG is supported with grant funds from the PA Department of Labor and Industry through the Chester County Workforce Development Board and contributions from the private sector.

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Jun 08 2022


8:00 am - 8:45 am

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