By Cheryl T. Miller, Broker, Baja Realty & Invesment A few years ago, the Mexican IRS, known as the Hacienda or SAT, made sweeping changes in their tax system. The system they created became geared to electronic filings and the use of computers/internet fo...
The penalty for willfully failing to file the FBAR is the greater of $100,000 or 50% of the account balance at time of violation . The penalty for a non-willful violation is up to $10,000. The documents released in late 2014 by the IRS list some of the i...
IRS 2014 Investigative Priorities:
Criminal Investigation’s highest priority is to prosecute the following tax crimes: Identity Theft Fraud Return Preparer Fraud ; Questionable Refund Fraud International Tax Fraud Fraud Referral Program Pol...
In the prior post we included a graphic showing the various rules in spanish which apply to your Mexican individual tax return for 2014. It appears many of our friends and clients in Mexico are not that good with Spanish. We have therefore provided the fol...
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