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Archive by Year:2017

The Paradise Papers: What’s in Them That Can Affect Your Offshore Accounts?

Hot Topics, Offshore Account Update

Posted in on November 29, 2017

If you have undeclared offshore funds in a financial account, it is imperative you talk with a New Jersey international tax attorney about how you can come into compliance with your tax obligations.  The chances that your information will fall into the hands of taxing authorities are substantial, in light of both cooperation by many foreign financial institutions with U.S. as well as in light of recent and repeated leaks of financial information about offshore accounts.

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Geneva Banks Feel Hopeful for 2018

Offshore Account Update

Posted in on October 27, 2017

Since the great recession, many investors have turned for help to a New Jersey international tax attorney because they were facing legal complications associated with offshore accounts.Read More

OVDP Streamlined Submissions

Hot Topics

Posted in on September 19, 2017

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Popular Locales for Offshore Accounts

Offshore Account Update

Posted in on September 15, 2017

Efforts to fight tax evasion have intensified greatly in recent years, but this does not mean that people still don't invest their money in foreign financial accounts. There are many legitimate reasons to invest in offshore financial institutions, but investing funds offshore is typically greeted with strong suspicion by taxing authorities.Read More

Swiss Firm Settles With DOJ

Offshore Account Update

Posted in on September 1, 2017

A New Jersey tax law firm can provide representation to U.S. affiliated taxpayers who have offshore accounts held at foreign financial institutions or managed by foreign financial entities.  If you have an offshore account and you are not fully in compliance with all U.S. tax rules, including those requiring you to report your account and pay taxes on gains, there is a significant likelihood you will come under investigation if you are not being investigated already. Read More

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