International Tax /FATCA
International Tax Disputes
In today’s world, increasing numbers of individuals and businesses have established international connections. Bank accounts, subsidiaries and business partners are no longer confined by national borders. While the globalization of business has many advantages and opportunities for growth and success, it also has opportunities for mistakes and conflicts.
NATIONAL REPUTATION AND INTERNATIONAL CAPABILITIES
International conflicts arise between individuals and with institutions. At Thorn Law Group, our team of New Jersey international tax attorneys are well versed in representing clients in international disputes including:
- International Tax Disputes
- Offshore Account / Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR)
- Anti-Money Laundering
- International Banking Law
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- Residency & Source of Income Disputes
U.S.-based companies conducting business overseas face additional hurdles in terms of tax compliance. Though they are subject to the local taxing authorities in the host jurisdiction, these entities must still comply with U.S. tax laws as respects any foreign income. While certain countries have entered into tax treaties with the United States that enable businesses to avoid the pitfall of “double taxation,” others have not. As the global marketplace continues to expand, double taxation may become even more problematic for U.S. businesses. Additionally, increased collaboration between the United States and foreign governments has led to stepped up enforcement efforts in such areas as Anti-Money Laundering, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and Foreign Bank Account Reporting violations.
THE INTERNATIONAL TAX ATTORNEYS YOU NEED
The attorneys at Thorn Law Group can advise you on these and other international tax law issues. Whether you find yourself in a dispute with an international bank, or whether you are being investigated for using foreign institutions to commit a crime, Thorn Law Group can help bring you manage your exposures and bring your dispute to an amiable resolution.