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Tax Controversy News

Jan 24, 2020

Important Tax Dates for the 2020 Calendar Year

Every year, the IRS announces the opening date for when it will begin to accept tax returns from the previous tax year. This year, the IRS will begin processing 2019 returns on January 27, 2020. Taxpayers who file their 2019 returns electronically before the January 27 date will not receive any preference over filers who…

Jan 21, 2020

Offshore Update: IRS Releases Memorandum Addressing Updates to Voluntary Disclosure Practice After Closing Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

Now, More than Ever, Taxpayers with Lingering Offshore TaxNon-Compliance Must Seek Professional Assistance On November 20, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (“the Service”) released a memorandum containing important updates regarding its Voluntary Disclosure Practice (“the Memo”).  Although the Memo provides significant guidance as a result of the closing of the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (“OVDP”), which ended…

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Jan 6, 2020

Collection: Expatriation with No Tax, Interest or Penalties: New Relief Procedures for Certain Former Citizens

This article was originally published in the Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure, August – September 2019 edition. Introduction On September 6, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced the new “Relief Procedures for Certain Former Citizens” (IRS Relief Procedures) who relinquished their United States (U.S.) Citizenship after March 18, 2010.1 Under the new IRS Relief Procedures,…

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