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What Tax Reform Means to Foreign Tax Credit Rules

2019-08-07

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) made many changes to how the U.S. taxes earnings or dividends from overseas. One of the areas impacted was foreign tax credits, which changes how taxpayers in the U.S. calculate and pay taxes on certain foreign income. Like many other parts of tax law, this can be complicated, so we’ve broken things down to explain what these changes could mean to you, whether you’re a U.S. expatriate, a corporation, or you receive income from overseas.

Does your child need to file an FBAR?

2019-08-02

The Report of Foreign Bank accounts, also known as the FBAR was a tool invented by congress in 1970 to make it difficult for criminal masterminds around the world to use the international banking system to facilitate their criminal mastermind plans. And because of that, any US person regardless of age or mental abilities must file an FBAR should their foreign bank accounts exceed $10,000 in the aggregate. Again, believe it or not this requirement extends to someone who is disabled or is a child - even a baby. Read more to find out why

The IRS is improperly and automatically assessing $10,000 Form 3520-A penalties - what to do now

2019-07-16

The IRS has assessed many of our clients and others taxpayers around the globe who might have even correctly filed Form 3520-A and Form 3520 with substantial penalties - often $10,000. What gives? What can be done about this? In this article we will explain many situations in which a Form 3520-A is required so that you can have a good idea if the IRS's penalty assessments are something you should push back on.

Thinking of Getting Your LLC Taxed as an S Corporation? Here’s How to Stay Legal and Compliant

2019-06-27

Business owners who run a Limited Liability Company (LLC) can reduce the tax they pay to the IRS by choosing to be treated as an S Corporation. Known as an “S Corporation Election,” this changes the tax status of your business. It makes you a different type of “tax entity” meaning you need to report on, file, and pay your taxes in a different way. We’ll explain the changes you need to make to stay compliant with IRS rules and the tax code, so you can avoid unpleasant penalties.

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