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International Tax Representation

The training of federal and multi-state tax returns for United States expatriate and foreign nationals can include planning for inbound and outbound contact and analyzing international tax treaties to gain favorable tax positions.

For example, we:
 Represented a U.S. taxpayer accused by the IRS of deteriorating to file a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Form 22.1 (“FBAR”) for bank accounts held in the Bahamas. The IRS threatened to assess significant penalties against our client and opened a full audit of our client’s tax returns. Because our client did not have overseas bank accounts exceeding $10,000 at any time during the years in question, we were able to convince the IRS not to charge any supplementary taxes or penalties against our client.
Represented a U.S. taxpayer accuse of failing to file the correct forms with the IRS for corporations, partnerships, trusts, and bank the books established in certain “tax haven” countries. The IRS proposed to assess our client with an particularly large tax liability, penalties and attention, and sought to charge the client with numerous currency offenses. Our attorneys achieved an exceptionally favorable settlement for our client and convinced the IRS not to assess any currency-related penalties.
Represented a U.S. taxpayer accused by the Department of Treasury of violating the Bank Secrecy Act by not properly reporting international wire transfers. Since the client did not willfully fail to report, our attorneys were able to convince the IRS not to assess any penalties against our client.
Advised a U.S. corporation and its shareholders regarding the tax consequences of a captive insurance company based in Caribbean.
Advised Canadian national on the tax aspects of her U.S. dealings and represented her before an IRS examination of her U.S. tax returns.
Advised a U.S. taxpayer residing in Ireland of tax credits and income exclusions potentially available to her.
Analyzed the tax equalization location taken by a major secretarial firm on the tax return of a U.S. taxpayer, employed in Saudi Arabia. Provided our client with advice regarding how to amend his tax return to claim a far more favorable position.

International Tax Moskowitz LLP offers its clients a comprehensive array of international tax services. We get ready federal and multi-state tax returns for United States expatriates and foreign nationals. We also provide our clients with international tax preparation advice which includes preparation for inbound and outbound transactions. In addition, we analyze international tax treaties and advise our clients on favorable tax positions in regards to international tax treaties.

Below are some spokesperson cases our firm has handled

Represented a United States taxpayer accused by the IRS of weakening to file to file a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Form 22.1 (“FBAR”) for bank accounts he held in the Bahamas. The IRS threatened to assess significant penalties against our client and opened a full audit of our client’s tax returns. Because our client did not have foreign bank accounts exceeded $10,000 at any time during the years in question, we were able to convince the IRS not to assess any additional taxes or penalties against our client.
Represented a US taxpayer accused of failing to file the accurate forms with the IRS for corporations, partnerships, trusts, and bank accounts established in certain tax haven countries. Not only did the IRS propose to assess our client with an extremely large tax liability, penalties, and interest, they also sought to charge the client with abundant currency offenses. Our attorneys achieved an exceptionally favorable decision for our client and converted the IRS not to evaluate any currency related penalties.
Represented a United state taxpayer accused by the Department of Treasury of violated the Bank Secrecy Act by not properly reporting to the government international wire transfers that were taking place from his business. Since the client did not willful fail to properly report the wire transfer transactions to the government, our attorneys were able to convince the IRS not to assess any penalties against our client.
Advised a United States corporation and its shareholders regarding the tax consequences of a captive insurance company based in Caribbean.
Advised Canadian nationwide on the tax aspects of her U.S. transactions and represented her sooner than an IRS examination of her U.S. tax returns.
Advised a U.S. taxpayer residing in Ireland of tax credits and income exclusions potentially available to her.
Analyzed the tax equalization place taken by a major secretarial firm on the tax return of a U.S. taxpayer employed in Saudi Arabia. Provided our client with advice how to make changes his tax return to claim a far more favorable position on his tax returns.