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Freed Maxick Service Delivery Update

We have implemented a phased approach for returning to our offices that allows us to modify our approach to service delivery as situations change without any service disruptions. In the meantime and in the interest of public health and the safety of our community, our teams will continue working remotely whenever possible to provide the same high-quality service you have come to expect. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, we are committed to meeting all of your assurance, tax, and advisory needs to help you navigate a business environment filled with challenges and opportunities. To discuss a specific need that can’t be handled remotely, please contact your Freed Maxick representative directly.

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Topic: International Tax

Are You a U.S. Resident? (You Might Be For Estate Tax)
By Louis A. DiSarno on January 17, 2017

“Things as certain as death and taxes, can be more firmly believ’d.” - Daniel Defoe Most U.S. nonresidents are aware these days that if you move to the United States or have U.S....

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Investing in Foreign Mutual Funds? Beware of Filing Requirements and Liability Risks
By Howard Epstein and Katie Salisbury on December 15, 2016

So you decided to invest in a foreign mutual fund. At first glance, the US income tax reporting requirements for income received from this investment appear simple: Just report dividends,...

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Why Are So Many People Renouncing Their U.S. Citizenship?
By Jennifer Hatcher on October 20, 2016

The Impact of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) of 2010 Breathes there the man with soul so dead, who never to himself hath said, “This is my own, my native land.” - Edward...

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Canadians Beware! You May Have Unintentionally Become a U.S. Resident
By Sally A. Wisnoski on October 6, 2016

Avoid potential tax ramifications in both the U.S. and Canada. The United States has some mechanical rules for determining if one will be considered a resident for tax purposes. Two Ways...

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FIRPTA (Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act) — What does it mean to you?
By Alexander Schmidt & Bill Iannarelli on September 20, 2016

What you need to know as a nonresident who sells U.S. real property interests If you are selling a piece of U.S. real estate, you may have a tax withholding obligation to the purchaser....

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Proposed SEC. 385 Regulations: Be Aware of Their Impact!
By Thomas R. Chiavetta on September 15, 2016

Avoid Unintended Results from Complex New Rules for Intercorporate Debt In April 2016, the Treasury Department and the IRS issued proposed regulations under Sec. 385. If the proposed...

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