TAX e-FILING FOR AMERICAN LIVING ABROAD
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You missed the IRS external voluntary disclosure program that you could have done to avoid unexpected penalties?
THE GOOD NEWS, there is an opportunity available to you today that IRS might close it at any time soon. Read more of US Taxes and Regulations of US Citizens Living Abroad
If you have not filed your tax returns and /or FBAR yet, you still have the opportunity to be qualified for filing without paying any late penalties. CALL US TODAY to help you avoid any penalties before CLOSING the program.
If you are a U.S. Citizen or Resident alien, we can help to get your yearly U.S Tax Filed.
Keep in mind the tax return filing ends Apr 15th of each year, also there is an automatic extension Jun 15th for american living abroad. Moreover, you have up to Oct 15th to file your income tax for your current & previous years.
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As Tax preparers we aim to lower our clients' tax liabilities by optimizing deductions. Lowering our client's tax liability adds value to tax preparation work, especially if the tax savings exceed the tax preparation fee. Optimizing deductions may involve working closely with our client to fully understand their personal and financial situation and recognize opportunities for savings. Knowing the tax laws inside-out, and up to date on changes. Deductions must be legitimate to prevent unnecessary penalties and interest from IRS.
DEDUCTION & CREDIT
FOREIGN INCOME EXCLUSION.
You are qualified for Foreign Earned Income Exclusion. The U.S. government has increased the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion for 2017.
FOREIGN HOUSING DEDUCTION.
The housing exclusion applies only to amounts considered paid for with employer-provided amounts, which includes any amounts paid to you or paid or incurred on your behalf by your employer that are taxable foreign earned income to you for the yea
CLAIM TAX CREDITS.
- Family and Dependents Credit
- Healthcare credits
- Mortgage Credit
- Health Insurance
- Business Insurance
- Communications Expenses
- Mileage & Car Expenses
- Travel Expenses
- Bank Fees & Interest
- Office Supplies
- Advertising and Promotion
- Meals / Entertainment
- Internet and Phone
- Bad Debts
AND SO MUCH MORE BASED ON WHAT YOU DO
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For Individuals Living Abroad Tax Services
US citizens living abroad and Green Card holders are required to report their worldwide income on the United States Federal Individual Income Tax Return whether they live in Unites States or abroad. Our professional offer a complete tax preparation and consultations.
Income tax return will be prepared and e-mailed to the client for final approval. We should receive a signed form 8879 to be able to electronically file the income tax return.
Please remember that it is an obligation to file your U.S Individual Income Tax Return while you are working outside the USA. Also Besides your responsibility to report your income that some or all of might be excluded you have to be aware of the following disclosures:
- FBAR (Foreign Bank) disclosure (FinCEN Report 114)
- FC (Foreign Corporations) disclosure (Form 5471)
- FA (Foreign Assets) disclosure (Form 8938)
Failures to file FBAR
WARNING: the voluntary external disclosure program was closed on September 28, 2018. That could help you avoid sanctions and unexpected penalties. However; The GOOD NEWS, there is an opportunity could be available to you. Let us help you today before IRS close that window, and that could happen at any time soon.
As a result of failing to file FBAR, there are penalties may apply:
Failures may result in:
Civil penalties of up to USD 100,000 or 50% of the account balance and/or
Criminal penalty of up to USD 250,000 and/or
5 years imprisonment
Civil & criminal penalties may be applied for each year
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