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Tax preparers work in a post-facto world, where we are tasked with submtiting to the IRS a report of what has happened in the past. Here we present seven of the most common reasons we find where clients may unexpectedly face a high US tax bill. If your situation is one of the described below - unfortunately you often must accept it as an unavoida...
Although most taxpayers do not think about it, the fact is the IRS will expect a final tax return to be filed after death by the taxpayer’s survivors or executor. ...
Hiring Contractors One of the many issues with a global economy and the growing popularity of digital nomads and freelancing are the tax implications across borders. What tax considerations are important when a US company makes a payment to a non-US independent contractor? Does t...
Broadly speaking, the French term “au pair” means “peer”. The term takes on a very narrow technical definition in United States law, however, and carries with it various tax obligations. An au pair is a visitor to the US admitted under a J1 visa as part of an exchange program run by the Bureau o...
This tax year has brought many changes, one of which is the new 199A deduction, or pass-though deduction. The purpose of this deduction is to provide some relief to small businesses by allowing the deduction of as much as 20% of income. This article will provide you with an overview of this deduction, and some watch-ou...
France transitions to PAYE (Pay As You Earn) Starting from January 1, 2019 , French employers with start withholding tax from paychecks.This is a transition from the current payment in arrears to Pay As You Earn (PAYE) basis. French tax authorities have set ...