Guinevere M. Moore

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Tax Attorney in Chicago, IL

Moore Tax Law Group LLC
2205 W Armitage Ave, Suite 1250
Chicago, IL 60647
Phone: 312-549-9993
Selected to Rising Stars: 2014 - 2018
Licensed Since: 2008
Practice Areas: Tax: Business (70%), Criminal Defense: White Collar (30%)
Attorney Profile

Guinevere Marie Moore is a tax litigator who represents taxpayers in civil and criminal tax controversies.  She advocates for taxpayers at the IRS examination and appeals levels and, if a settlement with the IRS cannot be reached, in litigation.  Ms. Moore has represented taxpayers throughout her career, and draws on her experience in working with her clients, with the IRS, and with opposing counsel to help craft and execute the best possible plan to resolve the issues her clients are facing.  Ms. Moore has successfully defended taxpayers against assessment of all types of federal tax, including income tax, employment tax, estate tax, gift tax, civil penalties, and criminal penalties.  She is a regular contributor to Forbes on tax issues, including cryptocurrency taxation.  

About Guinevere M. Moore

Admitted: 2008, Illinois

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Pro bono/Community Service

  • Represent taxpayers who cannot afford legal representation before IRS and United States Tax Court.

Bar/Professional Activity

Scholarly Lectures/Writings


  • John Doe v. Trump, United States, and Jane Doe v. Trump, United States.  Argued on behalf of anonymous plaintiff and putative class that CARES Act provision excluding US persons who are married to ITIN Holders from Economic Impact Payment is unconstitutional.  Cases were rendered moot when Congress changed the law retroactively to award EIP payments to our clients as requested in the litigation., 2020
  • Thompson v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, decision completely in favor of the taxpayer, holding taxpayer is entitled to deduct expenses for graduate school., 2019
  • Lamas v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, decision in favor of the taxpayer, holding taxpayer met material participation requirements and was able to deduct losses as active losses., 2015
  • Alterman v. Commissioner, decision in favor of the taxpayer, holding no transferee liability under I.R.C. 6901, 2015


  • Confidential IRS settlement, complete concession of just under 1 million in civil penalties., 2021

Representative Clients

  • Katholos v. Commissioner, settled IRS dispute for $30,000 when IRS sought over $4 million in taxes, plus a 75% penalty.  I settled the case within 6 months of receiving it after prior counsel at an AmLaw 100 Firm failed to settle the case. , 2021
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Office Location for Guinevere M. Moore

2205 W Armitage Ave
Suite 1250
Chicago, IL 60647

Last Updated: 7/2/2021

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