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Below is a compilation of articles looking at various aspects of offshore tax law. If you have questions on the topic, we hope you find answers within these pages. If not, or if you’re ready to speak with a tax law attorney about an offshore matter, get in touch today. The consultation is on us.
Anyone with overseas accounts must file an annual FBAR report. Click through to read about a taxpayer who failed to do so and got sued for over a million.Read »
Are you thinking of incorporating your business offshore? Jump in for an overview of things to consider before moving your business offshore.Read »
Taxpayers with money in overseas accounts MUST report it to Uncle Sam every year. This is a story of what happens when you fail to comply.Read »
You have signatory authority for an overseas work account worth more than $10,000. That means you must file FBAR paperwork with the federal government.Read »
One of 2018's most successful ICOs, Kik, is in a legal tangle with the SEC. It's a lawsuit that could significantly change the regulatory game.Read »
The Canadian and US governments are sharing citizen bank account data. Are you one of the millions affected and will it cost you more in taxes?Read »
Do you have more than $10,000 in an overseas account at any point during 2018? If so, then you need to declare it in your tax filings. Here are the rules.Read »
The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program is a tax amnesty opportunity for people who failed to comply with FBAR and FACTA standards. But it's ending.Read »
Taxpayers with overseas accounts with a cumulative total of $10,000 or more must adhere to FBAR reporting rules. Discussion of FBAR standards.Read »