Faqs


Faqs

Frequently Asked Questions

To help our customers prepare their US expat taxes while living abroad,

we’ve prepared a list of the most frequently asked US expat tax questions.

Your return will pass through 3 stages; Assessment, Preparation, and Approval. The Preparation stage is completed by licensed (EA, CPA) tax preparer. The Approval stage is completed by a senior tax specialist (EA, CPA) with a minimum 8 years experience in international US tax preparation.

Our Client Services Team are available 12 hours a day, Monday through Friday, and will be on hand to help you at any stage.

It’s easy! Go to the plan above that you think best suits your needs. Click on the “Start Now | Pay Later” button and complete the questionnaire.
Don’t worry about selecting the incorrect program.
Our Delivery Team will always work out the lowest fee for you, no matter which plan you select.

This situation is more common than you might think. You should start by talking with an expat tax expert to identify how many years of back taxes you are going to need to file and what documentation you need in order to complete the necessary reports and returns to become compliant with the US tax authorities.

You will need to prove expat status for each year. Be aware that you may owe penalties for filing late or failing to pay taxes on time.

Generally speaking, this will only be the case if you owed money on your US taxes, which will cause interest and penalties to accrue on the underpayment. If you have not declared your foreign bank accounts, you may also need to file FBAR forms for the years you have missed.

Once we have all your information, you can expect prepared tax returns within 5-7 working days.
Allow around 10-12 days for the IRS Streamlined Amnesty program.

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Frequently Asked Questions

To help our customers prepare their US expat taxes while living abroad, we’ve prepared a list of the most frequently asked US expat tax questions.

Your return will pass through 3 stages; Assessment, Preparation, and Approval. The Preparation stage is completed by licensed (EA, CPA) tax preparer. The Approval stage is completed by a senior tax specialist (EA, CPA) with a minimum 8 years experience in international US tax preparation.

Our Client Services Team are available 12 hours a day, Monday through Friday, and will be on hand to help you at any stage.

It’s easy! Go to the plan above that you think best suits your needs. Click on the “Start Now | Pay Later” button and complete the questionnaire.
Don’t worry about selecting the incorrect program.
Our Delivery Team will always work out the lowest fee for you, no matter which plan you select.

This situation is more common than you might think. You should start by talking with an expat tax expert to identify how many years of back taxes you are going to need to file and what documentation you need in order to complete the necessary reports and returns to become compliant with the US tax authorities.

You will need to prove expat status for each year. Be aware that you may owe penalties for filing late or failing to pay taxes on time.

Generally speaking, this will only be the case if you owed money on your US taxes, which will cause interest and penalties to accrue on the underpayment. If you have not declared your foreign bank accounts, you may also need to file FBAR forms for the years you have missed.

Once we have all your information, you can expect prepared tax returns within 5-7 working days.
Allow around 10-12 days for the IRS Streamlined Amnesty program.

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Process

  Choose 1, 2 or 3 years, complete the form & check out.

  Follow the email instructions to access your tax questionnaire.

  Complete all the tax questionnaire.

   Upload any documents we request to our secure tax folder.

 A specialist IRS licensed accountant will prepare new returns.

  We’ll send you the returns to review and sign.

  We’ll e-file your returns with the IRS where possible.

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