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U.S. Expats May Still Owe Taxes
By Bill Iannarelli, CPA on January 14, 2020

Many former American citizens who live outside the U.S are not aware that they still may owe U.S. taxes. To remedy this situation and collect back taxes, the IRS released the Relief...

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Guide to 2019 Year-End Tax Planning
By Bill Iannarelli, CPA on December 16, 2019

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 reduced tax rates for most individuals, introduced a new deduction for owners of sole proprietorships and pass-through entities, increased the...

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FATCAs of Life: The Birds and Bees of IRS Access to Foreign Bank Records
By Bill Iannarelli, CPA on April 12, 2016

Some U.S. taxpayers have used foreign accounts to hide income subject to U.S. taxes. As a result all U.S. taxpayers, and many non-U.S. financial institutions, must comply with information...

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3 Things Every Individual and Business Should Know About U.S. Income Tax Treaties
By Bill Iannarelli, CPA on October 7, 2015

It’s important to understand the basics before you or your business crosses borders In today’s economy, many businesses wind up crossing international borders much sooner than they...

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International Taxes Are No Day at the Beach
By Bill Iannarelli, CPA on September 25, 2015

What you have to report and what you have to pay all depends on if and when you take the plunge. International tax issues can sometimes be categorized by how differently people frolic at...

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