International Tax Law Services

IRS Offshore & Domestic Voluntary Disclosure

We help Taxpayers across the globe with U.S. & Offshore Tax Compliance and reporting assets, accounts & investments.

Reasonable Cause & Penalty Abatement

Non-Willful Taxpayers who are out of reporting compliance or have already been issued an Offshore Penalty may qualify for Reasonable Cause to avoid or abate penalties.

Streamlined Procedures & Delinquency Procedures

We represent non-willful Taxpayers with alternatives to the IRS Voluntary Disclosure Program. Reduced Penalties and Penalty Waivers may be available.

International Tax and Offshore Compliance Investigations

Sometimes the IRS comes knocking. These type of introductions usually come in the form of two Special Agents conducting a quasi-criminal investigation. There are on the rise.

Foreign Gift Reporting & Foreign Trust Penalties

When a person receives a gift from a foreign individual, corporation or trust, they may have a Foreign Gift and/or Trust Reporting Requirements.

International Tax Treaty Analysis and Form 8833

Depending on the taxability of various types of income, a person may be subject to U.S. tax. If the person wants to dispute the tax, they may take a tax treaty position on IRS Form 8833.

Foreign Pension Plan Reporting & Penalties

There are many U.S. persons who have worked in a foreign country and may have one or more foreign pensions. Sometimes these pension may be taxable and reportable in the U.S.

Fixing Quiet Disclosures

A Quiet Disclosure is an illegal submission by knowingly amending prior year tax returns, FBAR, FATCA Reporting, etc. without going through the proper channels. We help you fix this mistake.

Expatriation with Offshore Disclosure

If you are ready to relinquish your Green Card or renounce your U.S. Citizenship, we can help. We represent clients who are seeking to both get into IRS Offshore Compliance and Expatriate.

International Tax Treaty Analysis and Form 8833

Depending on the taxability of various types of income, a person may be subject to U.S. tax. If the person wants to dispute the tax, they may take a tax treaty position on IRS Form 8833.

Offshore Penalty Reduction

Sometimes, the IRS penalizes Taxpayers before the person has an opportunity to submit to Offshore Tax Amnesty. Common penalties include FBAR, Forms 3520, 8938, and 5471.

Flat-Fee, Full-Service (Tax and Legal)

Experienced International Tax Lawyers charge a  flat-fee in Offshore Disclosure matters. It avoids inexperienced counsel from puffing up your bill and  protects  you from the low up-front hourly retainer  bait-and-switch.

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