IRS exit taxes done correctly: How to expatriate properly from the US



In order to no longer be a US person for tax purposes there are a myriad of steps you have to go through. Otherwise, you run the risk of the IRS not recognizing your expatriation — and then they can assess you taxes and penalties. These taxes and penalties can be collectible in the country you reside, thanks to mutual enforcement agreements.


The IRS exit tax rules are complicated, and full of hidden traps. Yet ultimately, they are also full of opportunity for those with creativity and flexibility.


Contact us to learn:

  • How to avoid being a covered expatriate
  • How to reduce your exit tax bill, if you can’t avoid it entirely
  • Special rules Green Card holders can take advantage of
  • How to make sure there is nothing that could blow back to ensure that your renunciation is a done deal.


The benefits of working with Parent & Parent LLP:

  • Attorney-client privilege attaches to all communications with anyone in the firm

  • CPAs and tax lawyers all under one roof

  • Returns double-reviewed by tax lawyers

  • In-house tax preparation

  • Flat-fees

  • Success with aggressive tax strategies

  • Highest level of security allowed by law


We help US taxpayers around the nation and around the globe.


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