We describe on this page how IRS is using the excuse of smallest technical errors to go after expats in a big way. If they find any error (no matter how inconsequential) on an expatriate tax return, they can disallow the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion and therefore assess a large tax bill (with concomitant penalties and interest).
You may receive a very scary letter that looks something like this (tax & fees assessed in excess of $500,000):
Or this ($13,000 of tax due, presented in over 40 pages of thick legalese)
Your first reaction may be to panic - after all, a powerful government agency is after your money. However - if you are reading this page, you already know someone who can help. So - do not panic. Our experience shows that often such inquires can be resolved with no additional tax due (if handled by a competent professional).
Bear in mind that the IRS is only presenting their point of view (which they do in a way that's most advantageous to them). We will analyze your situation and determine how you can challenge their position, presenting you with our findings and the plan of action that you can undertake to receive a fair treatment. The analysis will include the following deliverables:
This service costs $200. If you choose to engage our services to handle this matter, the service fee will be applied towards your tax preparation bill.