Expatriation & IRS Enforcement of Exit Tax – New Practice Area Campaign
Therefore, we work with our clients to develop a multitiered strategy to get clients into offshore compliance, and out of the United States tax system.
Expatriation Practice – IRS Practice Area Campaign
The rules for expatriation changed significantly Post-2008.
As a result, the IRS believes that there are many taxpayers who may have improperly expatriated, not computed and or accurately paid the exit tax, and/or attempted to employ some less than kosher planning techniques — using various trusts — in an attempt to avoid expatriation tax.
Therefore, the IRS launched an expatriation practice campaign.
As provided by the IRS:
Practice Area: Withholding & International Individual Compliance
Lead Executive: John Cardone, director of Withholding & International Individual Compliance
U.S. citizens and long-term residents (lawful permanent residents in eight out of the last 15 taxable years) who expatriated on or after June 17, 2008, may not have met their filing requirements or tax obligations. The Internal Revenue Service will address noncompliance through a variety of treatment streams, including outreach, soft letters, and examination
Out of Tax Compliance, and Seeking Expatriation?
If you are out of U.S. tax compliance and considering expatriation, it is important to understand what the exit tax is, and who it applies to.
Just giving up your green card is not sufficient when you are a long term resident.
That said, there are various exceptions and exclusions which you may consider.
Getting Into IRS Offshore Compliance
It is human nature to want to avoid making a proactive submission to a government agency such as the IRS before the IRS ever discovers the non-compliance. But, typically that is best path forward.
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