Tenga cuidado con las Ventas o Transferencias del 10% de la Propiedad en una Corporación Extranjera

Febrero 2018

La “Ley de reducción de impuestos y empleos” (la “Ley”) contiene una provisión que es una “acompañante hermana” de la Deducción por Dividendos Recibidos (DRD) que implica ventas o transferencias que envuelven un 10% de la  propiedad específica en Corporaciones

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Beware of Sales or Transfers of 10% ownership in a Foreign Corporation

February 2018

The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (the “Act”) contains a provision that is a “sister companion” to the Deduction for Dividends Received (DRD) that involves sales or transfers that involve specified 10% ownership in foreign corporations. https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/beware-of-sales-or-transfers-of-10-31885/

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La habilidad del IRS de negar o revocar los Pasaportes de los Contribuyentes con deudas fiscales significativas es uno de los problemas más graves que enfrentan los Contribuyentes

Febrero 2018

El Departamento de Estado de  los EE.UU esta requerido a  denegar la solicitud de pasaporte de un individuo y está autorizado a revocar o limitar un pasaporte existente si el IRS certifica que el individuo tiene una deuda fiscal federal

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¿Sabía usted que la “Ley” tiene una Deducción por Dividendos Recibidos (DRD)?

Febrero 2018

La “Ley de Reducción de impuestos y empleos” (la “Ley”) tiene el propósito declarado de  que los EE.UU. se convierta a un sistema de impuestos “territorial”.  Antes de que se aprobara la Ley, la mayoría de las empresas de los

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Did you know that the “Act” has a Deduction for Dividends Received (DRD)?

February 2018

The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (the “Act”) has a stated purpose of converting the U.S. to a “territorial” tax system.  Before the Act was approved, most U.S. companies were incentivized to keep their earnings offshore.  In the transition to

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The IRS’s ability to deny or revoke the Passports of Taxpayers with significant tax debts is one of the Most Serious Problems encountered by Taxpayers

January 2018

The U.S Department of State is required to deny an individual’s passport application and is authorized to revoke or limit an existing passport if the IRS has certified that the individual has seriously delinquent federal tax debt under the FAST

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Will the question for the Year 2017 be: Do you have Foreign Financial Accounts?

Since the Global Financial Crisis that began in 2007, domestic and international Taxpayers have been under increasing scrutiny. The financial system has been heavily regulated and closely monitored. In addition, the US Tax Gap (amount of taxes owed to the

¿Será la pregunta para el año 2017: Tiene cuentas financieras extranjeras?

Desde la crisis financiera mundial que comenzó en el 2007, los contribuyentes Estadounidenses e Internacionales han estado bajo un escrutinio creciente. El sistema financiero ha sido fuertemente regulado y monitoreado de cerca. Además, la brecha fiscal en los Estados Unidos

Why are US Citizens Renouncing their Citizenship?

January 2018

A significant number of US Taxpayers living overseas have become “unbankable” where they live because of  high account servicing costs  for local banks (Foreign Financial Institutions – also known as FFIs) caused by the requirements of FATCA.  A number of

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Paradise Papers, Panama Papers…. The Message is Clear: Report Offshore Accounts!

November 2017

First, the Panama Papers, and now… the Paradise Papers.  The Paradise Papers contain the names of approximately 31,000 US citizens, including entities, or persons with US addresses.   The IRS and The Department of Justice will “harvest” the names in the

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The Accountant and the Paradise Papers

November 2017

Under U.S. Tax Law, it is appropriate for an Accountant to advise a US Taxpayer regarding his tax efficiency if the Taxpayer wants to pay less tax and accumulate wealth.  While tax avoidance is legal and encouraged by the IRS, tax

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