Complex Expatriate Tax Returns Is Our Specialty
Many firms provide tax preparation services for American citizens living abroad – but as you may have found already, when you ask them to prepare Form 8938, FBAR, Form 5471, Form 8621 or sometimes even Form 1116 they will not take you on as a client and even if they do, they are not as fully versed in the intricacies and nuances of these forms to minimize your tax liability. Heck, they won’t even attempt to minimize FBAR penalties or help you file late ones – but we will because we have successfully helped many expats in similar situations.
Tax Samaritan is different. We are truly a boutique tax firm. We are here to service the most complicated U.S. expatriate tax returns for Americans living abroad. We enjoy the complex tax returns and solving your tax problems.
Rather than stuffing a lot of content on this page, below are several links relevant to expatriate tax returns that you will probably find of interest. Read on to learn more about these topics. We imagine you are not here to learn how to prepare these forms, but rather educate yourself so that you have a basic understanding of your filing requirements so that you can select the right tax professional and work on enjoying your life rather than dealing with cumbersome US tax regulations:
- Foreign Earned Income Exclusion
- Foreign Tax Credit
- Form 5471
- Totalization Agreements
- Tips For Taxpayers With Foreign Income
We focus our practice on the taxation of American citizens living abroad. This does not mean we know how to prepare Form 2555 and Form 1116 and no others, it means whatever your tax issue is, and whatever your reporting requirements are, we can help you not only comply with IRS regulations but more importantly do so in a manner that allows you to pay the least amount of taxes legally possible.
We have successfully prepared and filed expatriate tax returns for individuals living abroad with complex situations. Our staff is trained continuously in the most complex tax topics, and while we acknowledge that no human is perfect – we work as a team and know that when we pool our knowledge there is no tax matter we cannot handle.
Thousands of expatriate tax returns prepared, and a plethora of IRS cases won give us the confidence to prepare complex expatriate tax returns
When you engage our services, you are assigned an Enrolled Agent with whom you will work until your expatriate tax returns are finalized. This means you have a point of contact that you can call, email or Skype anytime. It is our mission to fully understand your tax situation so that we can provide you with the best return.
If you prefer to speak on the phone, please call us now at 702-350-1040 and we can discuss on the phone.
Lastly, don’t take our word. Read our Tax Preparation Testimonials to see what our clients have to say about working with Tax Samaritan.
The tax rules for Americans living overseas can be unique and sometimes complex. If you are living abroad and have late tax returns/unfiled tax returns, it is best to consult with a tax professional well versed in the tax rules for American’s overseas.
Tax Samaritan is a team of Enrolled Agents with over 25 years of experience focusing on expatriate tax returns. We maintain this tax blog where all articles are written by Enrolled Agents. Our main objective is to educate Americans abroad on their tax responsibilities. If you found this article helpful, you’ll likely benefit from our future ones as well – so we encourage you to avoid pitfalls and join our mailing list:
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Randall Brody is an enrolled agent, licensed by the US Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before the IRS for audits, collections and appeals. To attain the enrolled agent designation, candidates must demonstrate expertise in taxation, fulfill continuing education credits and adhere to a stringent code of ethics.
Every effort has been taken to provide the most accurate and honest analysis of the tax information provided in this blog. Please use your discretion before making any decisions based on the information provided. This blog is not intended to be a substitute for seeking professional tax advice based on your individual needs.