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US Expatriate, International and Nonresident Tax Attorney, Kauffman Nelson LLP, CPAs
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AIRBNB TAXES IS NOW WITHHOLDING LODGING TAX FROM BAJA RENTALS - The Hacienda will collect income taxes and IVA next.
Thursday, August 16, 2018 AIRBNB TAXES IS NOW WITHHOLDING LODGING TAX FROM BAJA RENTALS - The Hacienda will collect income taxes and IVA next. On August 6th the Gringo Gazette published an article by Doris Open regarding the impact of the Airbnb rentals in ...
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READ ABOUT THE MAJOR CHANGES IN THE US INCOME TAX LAWS FOR 2018 AND BEYOND
The IRS has put out a summary of most of the tax law changes for 2018. Some are major and will definitely affect your tax planning and return. Read all about those changes here.
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UNDER NEW TAX LAW MOST OF YOUR MISCELLANEOUS ITEMIZED DEDUCTIONS ARE NOW GONE!
The 2018 tax law eliminates most of your miscellaneous itemized deductions such as investment expenses, tax return fees, reimbursed job expenses, education expenses, etc.  The only two that remain are investment interest expense and gambling losses.  Read t...
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Save your passport before its too late. We have helped hundreds of expats catch up with great success. Email us at ddnelson@gmail.com. Unlike other tax preparers we provide you with full attorney-client privilege.
If you owe a big tax bill, your passport could be on the line
If you owe a big tax bill, your passport could be on the line
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/12/if-you-owe-a-big-tax-bill-your-passport-could-be-on-the-line.html?__source=sharebar|googleplus&par=sharebar
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IRS Streamlined Filing Program (used to catch up for Failing to File Certain Foreign Asset Reporting forms) May Now Be Auidted
The IRS may soon begin to audit those who have filed under the Streamlined Program which is used to catch up the filing of certain foreign asset reporting forms which the taxpayer failed to file. These forms include form 5471, 8865, 114 (FBAR), 8938, etc.  ...
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