Another terrible disclosure law proposed – H.R.4450

Bad ideas are never ins short supply in Washington, D.C. In support of this premise, we offer the following: H.R. 4450: “Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act.” was introduced to Congress and is going through the process of possibly becoming a law.

Renouncing citizenship while hiding tears

From a recent post in the American Expatriate Facebook group: Rachel Heller, a US expat living in the Netherlands, has tried to find a venue for here story but unfortunately, no major media outlet was interested in …

The truth about expatriating for tax purposes

Deciding to expatriate is a big deal and if you decide to go through with it, you want to make sure it’s done correctly. You have to renounce with the State Department and file a certification with the IRS stating that you have been in compliance with the tax code for the last five years. And if you have stuff, you will be paying an exit tax.

How does an IRS Offer in Compromise really work?

Many people are surprised to find out that you can negotiate with the IRS and pay only a portion of your back tax debt. So how does an Offer in Compromise work? The IRS will determine how much they think you can afford to pay back by looking at your income, assets, and expenses.

Common questions people ask before hiring us

Our clients come from all over the world. And from all over the economic spectrum. We represent plumbers, hedge fund managers, other attorneys, and even IRS employees. What they all in common is that a IRS problem was causing them some sort of distress — until they hired us.