Nonresident and expatriation tax filings are highly complex and not just any CPA should attempt these filings. We translate the complicated jargon into simple, straightforward, effective results that you can depend on. Rely on our professionals to make sure you don’t miss out any savings or overlook any benefits
UNDERSTANDING TAX LAWS MATTER
US Domestic Tax Laws and Regulations That Affect the US Tax Residency of Foreign-Nationals Nonresident and Resident Aliens Are Very Complicated and Specialized: It can be difficult to understand all the different tax ramifications. So much so that many Nonresident and Resident Aliens pay certain US and State taxes that they are not subject to tax for years without realizing it! Our CPA’s help you avoid making this mistake or work to help you collect back the money you’ve already mistakenly paid.
KNOW WHAT YOU QUALIFY FOR
Our CPA’s specialize in helping you know which taxes you are responsible for as well as knowing when you can take advantage of certain tax break opportunities.
We will help you determine whether you are subject to US taxes like US citizens and green card holders (your residency surpasses 183 days in the US), whether you can elect to be treated as a US Resident Alien (which may benefit you with a mortgage interest or other itemized deductions not allowed to Nonresident Aliens) and whether you and your spouse can become US Resident Aliens in order to benefit from using the married filing joint graduated tax brackets.
THINKING OF ACCEPTING A FOREIGN ASSIGNMENT?
Already Live and Work Outside of the US?
US Citizens or US Green Card Holders who live and work outside of the US are required to annually file a US expatriation tax return if they meet the US indexed minimum filing threshold amount.
Our goal is to help you navigate through special expatriation tax laws and regulations to determine if you meet certain qualifications to permit the offset of U.S. tax obligations.
AVOID MISTAKES AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SPECIAL EXCLUSIONS
The proper use of the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE), Housing Exclusion (HE) and/or Housing Deduction (HD) can help negate, in part or in whole, your income tax liability.
We also take into account that international treaties can play a role in reducing or even eliminating your US or foreign tax liabilities and if applicable, help you avoid double taxation with respect to social security taxes by taking into account Totalization Agreements.
We invest our efforts into ensuring the most optimal tax savings and take the time in keeping all our clients up to date with any changes in US tax laws.
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