Passport Revocation Update – December 2016

As we’ve written about before, a new law passed on December 4, 2015 that gives the Secretary of State the authority to refuse or revoke passports to “seriously delinquent” taxpayers. While the program has been slow to roll out, we do have some passport revocation updates.

Slew of foreign individual facilitators announced

The IRS list of Foreign Financial Institutions or Facilitators, or as we refer to it, “the Bad Boy list” has not been updated until recently. And until recently all of the names on the Bad Boy list weren’t people, but entities. On November 15, 2016 that all changed as …

Accidental Americans and the IRS

In this video we spoke with Keith Redmond, expat advocate, about what “Accidental Americans” are and if they should comply with the US tax code. We talk about what Accidental Americans should …

December 5th Facebook Live Event

On November 22, 2016, myself and Robert Hanson were joined by Dennis Brager of Brager Tax Law for a online CLE “Appealing IRS Offshore Penalty Abatement Denials.” This CLE was wildly popular and the question and answer session went …