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Business: Full Service

We are a one-stop shop for all your business needs; use our consultation services to gain insight on the best legal entity structuring for your new business at the very beginning, to gaining insight when you evaluate your exit options, while also getting all services ranging from accounting, taxes, payroll and other compliance all under one house.

Business: MNE and International

If you wish to operate your business in the United States as well as other foreign countries, you need to comply with several US international tax law and regulations. These include taking positions and forming opinions based on Treaties with various nations (Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements- DTAA), tax withholding requirements before you send or receive money in your US company bank accounts, transfer pricing studies, and related party or controlled group reporting. 

ITIN: Individual Tax Identification Number
You may need an ITIN if you are a spouse of a U.S. Tax Resident, or if you are an LLC or Partnership member, operating a business in the U.S., or an Investor earning passive income, such as dividends and interests in the U.S. or an applicant whose ITIN is due for renewal or if you are required to file a US tax return for any reason. 

As a Certifying Acceptance Agent (CAA), we ensure the completeness, authenticity, and accuracy of Form W-7 and the supplementing documentation. 
Foreign Income and Assets
Foreign Asset Reporting FinCEN114, Form 8938, and Schedule B. Forms required if you inherit assets from your loved ones. 
Personal Tax Return: US Immigrants
It does not matter which country you reside in, if you are a US Citizen or Permanent Resident (green card holder), you need to file a US Income Tax Return Form 1040 and pay tax to the US Government every year. 
Personal Tax Return: US Expats
It does not matter which country you reside in, if you are a US Citizen or Permanent Resident (green card holder), you need to file a US Income Tax Return Form 1040 and pay tax to the US Government every year. Treaties between your country of residence and the US might help you avoid paying double taxes, but a lot of reporting compliance is triggered if you own any foreign financial assets, or own or invest in any foreign business. 
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