Blog Posts in 2015

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  • Employment tax compliance: why the stakes are so high
    Employment tax compliance: why the stakes are so high

    Employment taxes pose multiple challenges for businesses. One of these challenges is that decisions about how to classify workers -- as employees or as independent contractors -- create dilemmas for ...

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  • Dividends or interest from foreign sources: Should you take the foreign tax credit?
    Dividends or interest from foreign sources: Should you take the foreign tax credit?

    Avoiding double taxation of your foreign income requires careful tax planning. There are many factors involved, from the source of the income to your overall tax compliance strategy. Given these ...

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  • Foreign asset filing requirements: June deadlines
    Foreign asset filing requirements: June deadlines

    For U.S. taxpayers with foreign assets, the reporting that is now required to remain in compliance with U.S. tax law requires several different steps. In this post, we will outline these steps and ...

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  • Making an offer in compromise: eligibility criteria and acceptance trends
    Making an offer in compromise: eligibility criteria and acceptance trends

    An offer in compromise (OIC) is a way to potentially resolve your tax debt with the IRS for less than the full amount owed. It is a potential resolution, not a certain one because the IRS is not ...

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