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Archive by Year:2019

Taxation of American Expatriates Under FATCA

Offshore Account Update

Posted on May 6, 2019

In 2010, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) was passed by Congress and signed into law. The purpose of FATCA was to crack down on the use of offshore accounts to evade taxes. While FATCA has likely accomplished this goal, it has also made life much more difficult for American expatriates.

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U.S. Taxation of Foreign Income

Offshore Account Update

Posted on March 29, 2019

For U.S. taxpayers receiving foreign income, it is essential to be aware of the American tax requirements for such income. The United States is the only major country that taxes its citizens and permanent residents on income earned anywhere in the world. When faced with such an aggressive government stance on foreign income, U.S. taxpayers receiving foreign income must be certain they are in legal compliance.Read More

IRS Debt and Installment Agreements

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Posted on February 28, 2019

You are delinquent on your tax payments and are incurring interest and possible penalties. You want to stay up to date with current tax payments, but if you do you will fall further and further behind on what you owe. You are also concerned about falling behind on other important bills and payments and may even wonder how you can keep your business afloat if all your money has to go to back taxes.Read More

Offshore Banking Could Be Beneficial As Long As You Comply With IRS Rules

Offshore Account Update

Posted on January 31, 2019

Placing funds in certain foreign banks and investments overseas might be sound financial planning, but there are strict Internal Revenue Service reporting rules that must be followed.

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