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What is a quiet disclosure?

A Quiet Disclosure is when you you amend (or file forward) previously unreported accounts, assets or income — without following the proper filing procedures.  Typically, when a person files a Quiet Disclosure, they unreported foreign income and unreported international reporting forms, such as FBAR or FATCA Form 8938.

What are the penalties?

The IRS has made it known that they have significantly increased enforcement against taxpayers who knowingly try to sneak quiet disclosure past them. Penalties may include civil violations (money) and a referral to the Special Agents or DOJ for a criminal investigation.

How will I get caught?

The IRS has significantly increased enforcement of FBAR compliance IRS offshore penalties. In addition, with the introduction of FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act), more than 110 foreign countries are voluntarily providing the U.S with account holder information.

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When you are ready to discuss the specifics of your case, you can complete the form below, or contact us at  inquiries (at) goldinglawyers.com to schedule a Reduced-Fee Telephone  Consultation with an experienced Specialist. Consultations in 30-minute & 60-minute increments.

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Each case is led by a Board-Certified Tax Law Specialist   with 20 years   of experience, and the entire matter (tax and legal) is handled by our team, in-house.

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